Hizbullah deputy chief: We do not have an armed arm in Iraq, and this is what we have achieved in Syria[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 2019/8/16 22:11 • 383 times read[/rtl]
The Deputy Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah, Naim Qassem, denied that the party has any political or military arm in Iraq.
"The overthrow of Saddam's regime is a great blessing for the Iraqis and it is very great and gave extraordinary comfort," Qasim said in an interview with the Kalous program aired by Al-Furat TV. "Our relationship with the Iraqi Shiite parties varies from one party to another, such as the Islamic Dawa Party and the stream of wisdom." "The National Islamic Council and the Supreme Islamic Council and the Popular Mobilization factions, as well as with the Sadrist movement, our relationship is good and we do not exercise the role of her elder brother or some of them."
He pointed out that "Hezbollah exercised the role of mediation between the wings of the Dawa Party (Haider al-Abadi) and (Nuri al-Maliki), but did not play a role in the formation of the current Iraqi government."
Qassem noted that "the Secretary General of Habbullah Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has a personal relationship with Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr," noting that "Sadr has relations with representatives of Iran in Iraq in his own way and can take the appropriate decision."
He stressed that "the leaders of the Popular Mobilization know how to face the US sanctions," strongly denying "the establishment of Hezbollah for any political or military and we have no supervision or management," stressing that "Hezbollah battalions are not associated with us, a faction itself and raised Iraqi and there is coordination with them."
"Hezbollah is a Lebanese party and has a specific and clear project, which is fairness to the people of Lebanon, the fight against Israel for the liberation of the land, the education of the genuine Mohammadi Islam and the work of origin and integrity within the framework of Lebanese unity," he said.
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He stressed that "the situation of Lebanon does not allow a civil war or internal division as before," pointing out that "Hezbollah is part of the structure of the state and not controlled by us, and we supported General Michel Aoun and the support of Hezbollah is with him who brought him to the presidency of Lebanon and we are an effective catalyst."
He added, "Understanding between Hezbollah and the Free Patriotic Movement in accordance with the agreement of 10 points, but developed into a political alliance and get internal matters that we disagree on, which is normal because we are two parties, but the rules of understanding are solid and solid and I do not expect to break up the coalition and there are other parties such as the Lebanese forces do not want this alliance." He stressed, "We support the strengthening of Lebanese institutions and we want a strong and just state and are keen to convene the Council of Ministers and ratify the budget and stand against the disruption of institutions."
Regarding the Syrian crisis and fighting Hezbollah alongside the regime between Qassem, "Our aim was not to go to Syria to be a difficult number, but to protect a corner of the resistance because it leads to Hezbollah and to protect Lebanon. "We are a strong Lebanese and we are not competing with other important allies, such as the Free Patriotic Movement and the Amal Movement."
"We consider the public balance to be volatile because of the political stances and going to Syria, which is popular in Lebanon. Those who oppose it are part of the political structure.
He stressed, "We do not talk about the numbers of Hezbollah battles and losses, but it has become much stronger and I have extraordinary military expertise. We do not talk about numbers. Although there are martyrs who are part of the battle and with their smart blood, they failed a takfiri project in Syria and restored the resistance to resistance." Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, in high coordination with the Syrian army, did not go with an Iranian request and the conflict in Syria ended in favor of the axis of resistance. "
On the Yemeni war, he said, "America and Saudi Arabia do not want to resolve the Yemen crisis, unlike the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which does not want dialogue because it believes that it serves Iran." is over
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