Sheikh Qassem: Both ISIL and Saudi Kill Arabs, Muslims

Sheikh Qassem: Both ISIL and Saudi Kill Arabs, Muslims

Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem asserted that what is going on in Yemen is an oppressing US-Saudi aggression which has surpassed the humanitarian and the legal limits and identifies with criminality and brutality.

Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem asserted that what is going on in Yemen is an oppressing US-Saudi aggression which has surpassed the humanitarian and the legal limits and identifies with criminality and  brutality.

Condemning the regional and the international silence, Sheikh Qassem added that as the UN Security Council rejected to approve a ceasefire in Yemen, it asserted its support to the Saudi-led aggression and displayed its criminal nature.

"What is the difference between Saudi and ISIL?" his eminence wondered, noting that both of them kill the Arabs and the Muslims and do not fight the enemies.

Sheikh Qassem pointed out that Hezbollah has always called on finding a political solution for the Yemeni crisis and that the current measures will exacerbate the situation in Yemen and all the Gulf countries, including mainly Saudi Arabia.

On Syria Sheikh Qassem said, "Unfortunately, the political solution is postponed by the US and the world powers  in an attempt to change the battlefield balances.

"The battle in Qalamoun barrens is eminent and proves that the takfirs are unable to expand according to their plots," Sheikh Qassem stressed, "The battle will also protect the Lebanese villages."

Sheikh Qassem considered that Lebanon faces an open political crisis and all the political factions have to seek the solutions.

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