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Lebanon’s Hizbullah accuses US of crimes in Middle East


Lebanon’s Hizbullah accuses US of crimes in Middle East

Beirut, Jan 4 (Prensa Latina) The general secretary of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, accused the United States of crimes committed in the Middle East by creating the Islamic State terrorist group, as cited by local media.
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In a speech on the eve of the second anniversary of the assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in Iraq, Nasrallah recalled that the US forces occupied Iraq and committed massacres and violations of all kinds.

According to the head of the Party of God, the Americans invented the radical groups to ensure their military presence and, therefore, they are responsible for everything that came after.

Iran was on the sidelines until the Iraqi government requested help to fight the extremist group.

“Furthermore, we hold the United States responsible for all crimes carried out by Israel in Palestine and Lebanon,” he added.

As Nasrallah pointed out, the wars, raids and massacres committed by the Tel Aviv regime in the region were backed by Washington, “so how can it look like a friend?” the head of the Lebanese Islamic Resistance asked.

He also noted that the Americans manipulated the states in the Persian Gulf to besiege Qatar, just as they committed crimes during their occupation in Afghanistan.

The fate of the Americans is to leave the region, he said, as demanded by the martyrdom of Soleimani and his companions, who cry out to the Arab and Islamic world to consider the US military a common enemy.


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