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Syria’s Friends Won’t Let It Fall in US, Israel, Takfiri Hands
Sayed Nasrallah Speech on Latest Developments


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Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah delivered a televised speech on Tuesday in which he tackled topics related to the Israeli enemy, the Syrian crisis, and Hezbollah's fighters as well as martyrs.

On the ongoing Syrian crisis, Sayyed Nasrallah considered "the goal behind the events in Syria is no longer to take Syria out of the axis of resistance and the Arab-Israeli clash equation. It is no longer to gain power at any price. It could be said that the goal of anyone standing behind the war in Syria, is destroying Syria so that a strong, centralized state would not be established in it, and so that it would become too weak to take decisions related to its oil, sea, or borders."

30/4/2013

 

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