Hezbollah blasts UN report on its arms stockpile

14:21, November 06, 2010      

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Hezbollah's deputy Secretary-General Naim Qassem on Friday blasted the recent report issued by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon who accused Hezbollah of violating Resolution 1701 and stockpiling arms and rockets, Lebanese state-run National News Agency (NNA) reported.

"It is becoming clearer every day that the international reports have become a joke because they are biased towards Israel and the United States. These reports always take side with executioner and not the victim and Ban Ki-moon's last report is another evidence of this bias," Qassem said.

He added that Ban's report reflects the schemes and plots of Israel which is trying to implement its projects in the region. But he assured that all this massive international, political and media campaign will not achieve their goal.

"Our only choice is to pursue our policy (resistance) which proved to be quite effective and has confused the enemy of independence, freedom and dignity," Qassem said.

He stressed that all the opposition are coordinating their stands and this is an added value for any future movement.



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