Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah makes a rare public appearance as he addresses his supporters during a rally to mark "Quds (Jerusalem) Day" in Beirut's southern suburbs July 25, 2014. REUTERS/Sharif Karim
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Hezbollah Chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has accused Lebanese parties of continuing to support Syrian militants, highlighting Qatari and Turkish support for the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria while insisting Saudi Arabia fears ISIS.Nasrallah explained that there were "no red lines" in his party's "security war" with Israel, adding that the Jewish State knew who took over the tasks of slain military commander Imad Mughniyeh within Hezbollah.Mughniyeh, the mastermind of Hezbollah's military operations, was assassinated in Damascus in February 2008 .
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