World Bulletin/News Desk
Lebanese Shiite leader Mohammed al-Hac Hassan stated that they were against the interference of Hezbollah in Syria.
Mohammed al-Hac Hassan, who is the founding general president of "Free Shiite Movement" and is known as a member of the opposition against Hezbollah, told Turkish press that they condemned the interference of Hezbollah in Syria, and also condemned the interference of Arab countries and Lebanon in Syria.
Hac Hassan said that Hezbollah made a mistake in considering Syria as part of the "resistance and jihad" area, and added that "To clash with Sunnites and Syrians is not appropriate for Shiites."
Hac Hassan also conveyed his opinion about the armed clash among Hezbollah militants in Al-Qusayr in Syria and said, "Is Hezbollah rewarding the Syrians in Al-Quasyr by pulling down their house, which were opened to the Lebanese without distinction among Sunnites and Shiites during the Israel-Lebanon war in 2006? Shiite families have been mourning due to losing their relatives in Al-Quasyr.”
Hac Hassan stressed that the interference of Hezbollah in Syria under the name of Shiites reflects badly on the region.
"This bad reflection is not reflected in Lebanon, but can spread to all region," said Hac Hassan.
Hac Hasan also underlined that the clash among Sunnites and Shiites makes no sense today and even in the future.
"Shiites in Lebanon are fed up with Hezbollah, because Hezbollah leads to wars based on religious sect" said Hac Hassan.Last Mod: 28 Mayıs 2013, 13:33