Qaouq: Saudi Arabia Intervening in Lebanon, Inciting Lebaneseإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
Senior Hizbullah official Sheikh Nabil Qaouq accused Saudi Arabia of “interfering in Lebanon's affairs and inciting the Lebanese against each other,” the National News Agency reported on Saturday.
“Saudi Arabia's latest interference in Lebanon's internal affairs is embodied in interference in the country's upcoming parliamentary elections. Saudi interventions are inciting the Lebanese against each other and restoring divisions and political tension among them,” claimed Qaouq.
In remarks he made at a memorial service in South Lebanon, he added: “Saudi Arabia wishes to change the internal political equations by interfering in the elections, in the formation of electoral lists and in supporting candidates to confront Hizbullah.”
Turning to the Resistance's capabilities in confronting the Israeli enemy, Qaouq said: “The great maneuver being carried out these days between the Israeli army and the United States, officially documents Israel's recognition that the Resistance can reach the depth of Israel, and that Israel has no ability to confront the Resistance's rockets, nor to confront Hizbullah alone.”
He stressed saying “the Resistance today is the main obstacle to the expansion of the Israeli project in the region, which is frightening the Israeli enemy.”