Sayyed Nasrallah: Conflicts in Region Political, not Religious – Arabic sub English
Sayyed Nasrallah assured that “some sides that seek tension between Muslims and Christians, or Muslims with each other, were behind the offenses against prophet Mohammad,” adding that “one of the challenges we face is seeing the conflicts and divisions in the Arab and Islamic region increase… however, we should be aware that these conflicts don’t have a sectarian background, but rather a political one.”
His eminence stressed that most of the conflicts that took place in the region throughout history and that are still taking place have political backgrounds not sectarian ones, and they are mainly conflicts over power, giving several examples such as Bani Umayyad and Bani Abbas.
Was the Kuwait, Iraq war a sectarian one or a war over power?
Similar was the conflict between Iraq and Iran, which had political reasons, and the evidence is that Shiite soldiers were fighting in the Iraqi army… but today when some politicians want to ignite tension they claim that the Iraqi, Iranian war was a sectarian one between Shiites and Sunnis,” he added.
Hezbollah Secretary General emphasized that “we (the Lebanese) must try to approach this reality, because Lebanon is part of this region, and could be one of the countries that are mostly affected by the surroundings… Even though these conflicts have been present in the region all through history, but the greatest misfortune is that we don’t know how to deal with these conflicts.”
In this context, his eminence warned that “we could lose control over crises, but if we face these crises responsibly, we could overcome much negativity that could fall.” From here, he hoped that “conflicts be regarded as political not religious ones… as we should avoid sectarian and religious mobilization, and be aware that some could ignite the conflict but cannot stop it or limit it to a certain country.” He also reassured the importance of “committing to dialogue because it is much better than clashing… dialogue is what we call for in all the fields, from Syria to Yemen, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Iraq, and Lebanon, as by clashing, we would destroy our people and country while Israel and America are watching.”
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كيف يمكن لأي معارض سوري وطني أن يدعم ثورة طائفية تدعو الى قتل طائفة سورية تشكل جزءا أساسيا لا يتجزأ من المجتمع السوري.
كيف يمكن لهذا المعارض الذي يدعي الوطنية أن يدعم ثورة إرهابية أصبح عمودها الفقري و قائدها هو تنظيم القاعدة و جبهة النصرة التي تقتل السوريين بدون تمييز بين طفل و امرأة و رجل عن طريق السيارات المفخخة ومن جميع الطوائف ؟
وكيف يمكن لهذا المعارض اللاوطني بعد كل هذا أن يدافع عن الارهاب و ينكر على المجرمين إجرامهم ؟
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