Nasrallah: Hizbullah Not Seeking War, Doesn't Want Sovereign Ministerial Portfolio

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Nasrallah: Hizbullah has appointed MP Hassan Fadlallah as its pointman for the file of combating corruption. 5 months
Nasrallah has stressed that Hizbullah has not and will not demand having one of the so-called sovereign ministerial portfolios. 5 months
Nasrallah: We do not have a relation with the Polisario Front and the motive behind this accusation was to sever Morocco's ties with Iran and the Moroccan foreign minister has not offered any evidence backing this accusation. 5 months
Nasrallah: This is also aimed at scaring the allies and pushing them away from the resistance and also at drying up the resistance's funding sources and they've been seeking this since the 1990s. The pressures on Iran are also part of this course. 5 months
Nasrallah: This is a continuous course and it has objectives, topped by putting pressure on the resistance's social incubator. 5 months
Nasrallah: This is a U.S.-Israeli course and the Gulf states are taking part in it and this issue needs a discussion seeing as the state and the government are responsible for these Lebanese. 5 months
Nasrallah: Placing some names and firms on terrorism lists harms some people and businessmen and the Lebanese state must protect the interests of these people because they are Lebanese citizens. 5 months
Nasrallah: The U.S. and Saudi sanctions against me and my brothers do not have material effect, seeing as we don't have money in banks, but the aim is to scare people of meeting with us. 5 months
Nasrallah: We are not seeking war but we do not fear it and I'm confident of victory in any upcoming war. 5 months
Nasrallah: The residents returned to their homes and fields, the captives returned in pride and dignity and security returned along the border with Palestine. We are living in safety, dignity and freedom becsuse of this victory. 5 months
Nasrallah: Iran and Syria helped the Lebanese people in achieving the liberation in the year 2000. 5 months

Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah announced Friday that his group is not seeking a new war with Israel and denied reports that it wants a so-called sovereign ministerial portfolio in the new government.

“We are not seeking war but we do not fear it and I'm confident of victory in any upcoming war,” Nasrallah said in a televised address marking Lebanon's Resistance and Liberation Day.

Commenting on the latest wave of sanctions against his group, Nasrallah said: “The U.S. and Saudi sanctions against me and my brothers do not have material effect, seeing as we don't have money in banks, but the aim is to scare people of meeting with us.”

“Placing some names and firms on terrorism lists harms some people and businessmen and the Lebanese state must protect the interests of these people because they are Lebanese citizens,” he added.

“This is a U.S.-Israeli course and the Gulf states are taking part in it and this issue needs a discussion seeing as the state and the government are responsible for these Lebanese,” Nasrallah went on to say.

He said the objectives behind the sanctions are “putting pressure on the resistance's social incubator, scaring the allies and pushing them away from the resistance, and also drying up the resistance's funding sources.”

“They've been seeking this since the 1990s to no avail,” Nasrallah noted.

Turning to the issue of the formation of a new government in Lebanon, Hizbullah's leader emphasized that his group is not “rushing up” the formation process because it is “scared” of regional developments.

“We are calling for a speedy government formation because this is in the country's interest and because there are major files that need to be addressed and the all the developments in the region are in our favor,” Nasrallah added.

He also underlined that Hizbullah does not want any of the so-called sovereign ministerial portfolios – defense, foreign affairs, finance and interior.

Moreover, Nasrallah reveaed that Hizbullah has appointed MP Hassan Fadlallah as its pointman for the file of combating corruption.

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Thumb whyaskwhy 5 months

Evil said...
“Placing some names and firms on terrorism lists harms some people and businessmen and the Lebanese state must protect the interests of these people because they are Lebanese citizens,” he added.
In actuality what he means is that members of the government are to protect Kizballahs terror campaign and cover for them. This is also a veiled threat against those who say Lebanon is independent.

His sheep will take this as do what ever you like, the quisling president and the new government will cover for you.

Thumb s.o.s 5 months

:)

Thumb shab 5 months

Filthy murdering militia

Thumb warrior 5 months

The iranian terrorist acknowledges he receives funds from Iran and has a yearly budget of around 1 billion USD and goes on to say he does not use the banking system. So, he launders money yet he talks about corruption.

Thumb liberty 5 months

Nasrallah: Placing some names and firms on terrorism lists harms some people and businessmen and the Lebanese state must protect the interests of these people because they are Lebanese citizens.

You and your iranian general security chief have placed half the Lebanese population on the 'terror' list after obtaining fake confessions under torture and duress.