Qassem Stresses Firmness of Hizbullah-FPM Alliance

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Hizbullah deputy chief Sheikh Naim Qassem has stressed that the alliance between Hizbullah and the Free Patriotic Movement is “built on firm foundations, not short-lived interests.”

“We had several times repeated during the negotiations (on the electoral law), even during the difficult moments, that the relation between the FPM and Hizbullah will not be affected by the discussions course or by the law that would be reached,” Qassem told ad-Diyar newspaper in remarks published Monday.

“When disagreements arose over some details at certain moments, it turned out that the disagreements were trivial and limited,” Qassem noted.

“Different viewpoints amid a solid relation cannot have a negative impact on this relation, and whoever reviews the course of the past months in the vote law negotiations will realize that the problem was with the others, not between Hizbullah and the FPM,” Hizbullah number two added.

He underlined that any disagreement over certain details is “legitimate in principle” and cannot “affect the strategic issues.”

“Amid the debate over the electoral law, major and important stances were voiced by President Michel Aoun over the resistance and the domestic situation, and Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah issued important reassurances regarding the nature and the firmness of the relation between the FPM and Hizbullah,” Qassem recalled.

And lamenting “the presence of parties distressed and dismayed by the FPM-Hizbullah relation,” the senior Hizbullah official said these parties “spare no effort to stir discord and problems.”

But he reassured that “all such attempts had failed in the past and will fail in the future, because the alliance between the two parties is built on firm foundations, not short-lived interests or temporary gains.”

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Thumb Puppet 8 days

I have the utmost respect and admiration for Hizbullah deputy chief Sheikh Naim Qassem for stressing that the alliance between Hizbullah and the Free Patriotic Movement is “built on firm foundations, not short-lived interests.”

I also respect general aoun who is now president for making the FPM the 3rd Shia Force in Lebanon.

Thumb the_roar 8 days

You think HA trust Aoun? they knew he only joined them for his political survival.

but HA are smart & will use him in return, a popular Christian is most valuable indeed...but they will never trust him
after all he was only calling them a terrorist organization a few weeks before he decided to switch sides.

Thumb barrymore 8 days

and as a devout 'Christian' you obviously side with HA against Aoun.

Thumb the_roar 8 days

I side with no one but what I believe to be the truth.

Now if you want to dispute what I have posted, by all means go ahead.

Thumb Elemental 8 days

Visited Lebanon yet Roar?

Thumb Puppet 8 days

I respect Mr. the_roar because he sides with no one but what he believes to be the truth.

Thumb thepatriot 7 days

The roar is speaking the truth (finally)... why the stupid thumbs down?

Thumb Maxx 7 days

Qassem then added, "Our alliance is indeed very firm; do you want to touch it? FPM needs only to bend over and then our firm alliance will be right with them."

Thumb s.o.s 7 days

With or in?

Thumb shab 7 days

Filthy murdering militia