Hassan Nasrallah condemns Saudi Arabia for spreading ISIL ideologies throughout the region amid political infighting.
Beirut, Lebanon – Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah has condemned Saudi Arabia for sending the ideas of ISIS (ISIS) out and carrying off car bombs and suicide bombers to Iraq.
Speaking on television on Monday, he spoke to Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdul Aziz.
“King, the terrorists are the ones who sent Daesh ideas to the whole world,” said Nasrallah, using the Arabic word ISIL.
“The terrorists are the ones who sent thousands of Saudis to commit suicide in Iraq and Syria, and it is you.”
Nasrallah also criticized the regime for its relations with the United States and for the war leading to Yemen.
Nasrallah’s comments came in response to Lebanese political opponents and critics who criticized the Iranian-backed party for destroying relations between the non-financial state and Saudi Arabia.
“We did not attack Saudi Arabia. They participated in a massive plot that is destroying the region, “hezbollah leader said.
Lebanon is struggling to resolve diplomatic tensions with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, who have been critical of Hezbollah for their role in Yemen and other regional conflicts. In October, the Gulf states he left their ambassadors, and Saudi Arabia banned all exports from Lebanon, after the appearance of the video of the then Minister of Information George Kordahi opposition a Saudi-led coalition war in Yemen.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, speaking last week, called on Lebanon to ban “Hezbollah terrorist attacks on Lebanon”.
Hezbollah has recently been overseen by senior allies of the Free Patriotic Movement, one of the most important Christian political parties in Lebanon, founded by President Michel Aoun.
Last week, Aoun falsely accused Hezbollah of disrupting relations with the Gulf states by “interfering in matters that did not concern them”, as well as their military control as a Lebanese military.
Nasrallah’s speech is a day to commemorate the assassination of Iranian army chief General Qassem Soleimani.
Soleman led Iran’s top Quds Force from 1998 until his death in January 2020 during a US air strike near the Baghdad International Airport.
“The assassination created a new era of awareness, awareness, and awareness of the great enemy,” said Nasrallah, referring to the US, which has accused him of “creating Daesh in Iraq and Syria”.
“The martyr Hajj Qassem Soleimani rejected the American invasion of Iraq, helped establish Iraqi militias, and provided them with money, weapons, strength, hope, and confidence until the great victory and deportation of American troops to Iraq,” Nasrallah said. he added.
Quds’ military, the IRGC foreign faction, played a key role in the war in Syria and Iraq and was responsible for spreading Iran’s influence in the Middle East. Solomon played a key role in supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as well as in strengthening ties with Hezbollah, the Iraqi army Hashd al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Forces), and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, known as the “Axis of Resistance”.
With Iran’s support, Hezbollah has transformed itself into a regional militia that played a key role in supporting the Assad regime in Syria and Iran-backed terrorists in Iraq. It is the largest political party with members and ministers in the Lebanese government.