Qassem: March 14 Actions Serve U.S.-Israeli Project
Hizbullah deputy leader Sheikh Naim Qassem accused the March 14 forces on Tuesday of acting in a way that serves the U.S.-Israeli project.
“I don’t like to mention much what the March 14 group is doing as a conspiracy,” Qassem told Iran’s Fars news agency. “But it acts in a way that whether willingly or unwillingly serves the Israeli-American project.”
The March 14-led opposition should be aware that all parties should join forces to consolidate the state “or else we would defeat each other,” he said.
Asked about the situation in Syria, the Hizbullah deputy secretary-general told the agency that the Shiite party doesn’t interfere in the affairs of any country.
“Each country has its own conditions and circumstances,” he said, rejecting accusations that Hizbullah was participating in the confrontations between Syrian security forces and anti-regime protestors.
“This claim is false, unjust and untrue,” Qassem stressed.