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GCC Blacklists Hezbollah as “Terrorist” Group
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Gulf monarchies on Wednesday blacklisted Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, as a “terrorist" group.

The six-member Gulf Cooperation Council took the action against Hezbollah members because of "hostile actions of the militia who recruit the young people (of the Gulf) for terrorist acts," GCC Secretary General Abdullatif al-Zayani said in a statement.

Gulf nations have taken a series of measures against Hezbollah since Saudi Arabia last month halted a $3 billion program funding French military supplies to Beirut.Gulf Cooperation Council

Announcing the military funding cut last month, a Saudi official said the kingdom had noticed "hostile Lebanese positions resulting from the stranglehold of Hezbollah on the state".

Riyadh would be conducting "a comprehensive review of its relations with the Lebanese republic", the unnamed official said.

On Tuesday, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah said that Saudi Arabia seeks to instigate "strife" between Shias and Sunnis in the region.

In a televised speech, his eminence said the Saudi propaganda against Hezbollah has led to a political conflict in Lebanon, urging Lebanese not to be intimidated by threats posed by Saudi Arabia and Israel.

Sayyed Nasrallah also denounced the Arab world’s silence in the face of Riyadh’s aggression on Yemen.

Source: Agencies

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User Comments Number of comments: 2
1 - Are Drunkards Similar To The Righteous Servants of ALLAH???
Blowback Winds | United Kingdom 16:12 2016-03-02
Reality has become a strange oddity to these Arabs of the ME Sheikhdoms who have lost ALL HOPE OF
SALVATION, both in this world and the hereafter. Their qibla is DC, following a book of zionism and US
Govt as BOTH Their Messenger And God sitting in the White House.
2 - Mr
Your truly | Australia 23:45 2016-03-02
Who is bombing Yemen right now? Who supplied weapons to ISIS in Syria? Who uses oppression against their
people? Who treats women as they are second class to men? Who abuses human rights? Who execute people for
speaking of freedom? And the list goes on and on.It\\’s rich of them to call Hizballah a terrorist
organisation, let them look in their backyard first.In my opinion if you don\\’t side with them for their
hideous crimes then they turn against you.

 

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