File- Hezbollah's deputy leader Sheikh Naim Qassem speaks in front of students at the LU in Hadath. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Hezbollah Sunday vowed to carry on fighting in Syria alongside the Damascus regime while stressing that the party would work to limit the war's repercussion on its supporters in Lebanon.Most of the attacks, including suicide bombings, have been claimed by radical Syria rebel groups. They have vowed similar actions until Hezbollah withdraws its forces from Syria. Qassem also dismissed allegations that Hezbollah's actions in Syria were to blame for the jihadist entry to Lebanon, saying the radical groups had already been present in the country and the region.While Qassem reiterated Hezbollah had been the last party to intervene in Syria, he accused his rivals in the March 14 coalition of harboring takfiri groups and urged them to desist.The March 14 camp has blamed Hezbollah for the deadly attacks in the country, demanding that the party withdraw from Syria and spare Lebanon further repercussions.
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