Saturday, May 4, 2013


Hezbollah says ready to defend Syria against Israeli, U.S.

BEIRUT, -- Head of Lebanese Hezbollah's political council stressed Friday that his group stands ready to engage in the fight to prevent Syria's collapse and the war-torn country being controlled by Israel and the United States, local media reported Saturday.

Ibrahim Amin al-Sayyed said that the reason behind involving in the Syrian crisis is that "we do not accept Syria being under control of this (Israeli-U.S.) axis."

He added that he wishes Israel and the United States let the Syrians alone to decide their fate and future.

The Lebanese government has officially followed the policy to distance the country from the Syrian conflict.

Since March 2011, the Syrian conflict has fueled the tensions between Lebanon's Sunnis and Shiites communities.

On Tuesday, Hezbollah's Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said his group is "performing a national duty" toward Lebanese Shiites living in Syrian border towns and villages by supporting their "popular committees" and vowed that the real " friends" of Syria would not allow it to fall down.

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