Nasrallah Hails Govt. ‘Courage’, Urges Opposition, Majority to Form Panel

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by Naharnet Newsdesk-Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday lauded Prime Minister Hassan Diab and the ministers of his government for accepting their posts amid the dire economic and financial situations in the country.

“We must laud the government’s PM and ministers for their courage to shoulder responsibility, because we will face difficult and sensitive circumstances,” Nasrallah said in a televised speech commemorating Hizbullah’s slain leaders as well as Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani and Iraqi paramilitary leader Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.

“The situation is very difficult and I call for separating the financial and economic file from the political conflict in the country and leaving aside the settling of scores,” he urged.

Warning that those who “call for despair are committing national treason,” Nasrallah urged “awareness, bravery, sacrifice and the shunning of wrong calculations.”

He suggested forming “a panel bringing together the opposition and the majority because the economic and financial situation is in a dangerous state.”

“The priority is for seeking salvation because the situation is threatening everyone,” he said.

• “Help the government, because should it manage to stop the collapse, it would be offering a great service to all Lebanese and those who live in Lebanon,” Nasrallah urged, addressing rivals.

“Stop the incitement against the government and this is part of giving it a chance,” he said.

Reiterating that “this is not Hizbullah’s government, although Hizbullah backs it and wants it to succeed,” Nasrallah warned that calling the government “Hizbullah’s government” is harmful to “Lebanon’s Arab and international ties.”

Timeline
  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: Help the government, because should it manage to stop the collapse, it would be offering a great service to all Lebanese and those who live in Lebanon.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: Stop the incitement against the government and this is part of giving it a chance.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: This is not Hizbullah’s government although Hizbullah backs it and wants it to succeed.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: Calling the government “Hizbullah’s government” harms Lebanon’s Arab and international ties.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The situation is very difficult and I call for separating the financial and economic file from the political conflict in the country and leaving aside the settling of scores.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: We must laud the government’s PM and ministers for their courage to shoulder responsibility, because we will face difficult and sensitive circumstances.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: We have not dodged out responsibility and we in Hizbullah do not think in a partisan way… We have paid the price of the stances we have taken since Oct. 17 and some cursed us, but what’s important is to shoulder our responsibility and perform our duty.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The U.S. forces must be expelled from Iraq.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: It is required to preserve the Popular Mobilization Forces, because America wants to eliminate the PMF seeing as it is among Iraq’s strength guarantees.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: I tell the dear, loyal and aggrieved Iraqi people that the first responsibility for responding to the assassination of Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis and Qasem Soleimani falls on their shoulders.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The economic situation needs solutions and we are all responsible.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: Boycotting U.S. goods is painful for the Americans, so why don’t we resort to this choice?

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah on U.S.: We are still responding slowly and belatedly.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: We are not taking anyone into a confrontation with America; America has imposed a confrontation on the ummah.

  • 5 hours ago

    Nasrallah: Our peoples in the region must go to the main confrontation, which is inevitable, seeing as the other party is on the offensive.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah on Lebanese rejection of naturalization: Who guarantees that these stances will remain the same in the future, especially if the Gulf stance changes.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The Lebanese are aware of this plan’s threats to their country.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The Lebanese unanimity on rejecting the deal of the century must be lauded.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The deal of the century is a crime committed at the White House.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The deal of the century is Trump’s plan to put an end to the Palestinian cause.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: Soleimani’s martyrdom has pushed the region into a new phase.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: With the martyrdom of each of them, we would move from one phase into another.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The resistance is not speeches nor words disconnected from reality. These leaders embodied it on the ground.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The martyrs Soleimani, al-Muhandis, Abbas al-Moussawi, Ragheb Harb and Imad Mughniyeh shared common features. They had faith, loyalty and honesty and they were loved by the people.

  • 6 hours ago

    Nasrallah: The enemy was betting on the collapse of the regime in Iran.

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