Qassem: We won't agree to a president who would stir strife
Hezbollah deputy chief Sheikh Naim Qassem on Friday stressed that the country’s next president must have two main concerns: “rescuing the country economically and cooperation with all parties.”
“As for the controversial political issues, they should be referred to a calm dialogue, including the defense strategy,” Qassem tweeted.
He added: “We will not agree to a president who would stir strife and who wouldn’t appreciate the blessing of liberation and the martyrs’ blood.”
We will not agree to a president who would “serve the American-Israeli scheme,” Hezbollah number two emphasized.
“Say what you want about us but we will not surrender Lebanon to the foreigners,” Qassem went on to say.