Hezbollah's deputy leader Sheikh Naim Qassem speaks in front of students at the LU in Hadath, Lebanon, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Hezbollah called upon its rivals in the March 14 coalition to present a political vision to end the three-month political stalemate since former President Michel Sleiman's term ended.Those victories are part of ISIS' aggressive push to consolidate its hold on northern and eastern provinces in Syria, while also expanding the boundaries of its self-styled caliphate straddling the Syria-Iraq border.Hezbollah fighters are fighting alongside Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces in the conflict. March 14 supports the Syrian opposition but has distanced itself from ISIS and other radical groups fighting Assad. Qassem, nevertheless, did not have high hopes.
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