Hezbollah MP Mohammad Raad. (Archive Photo/The Daily Star)
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The head of Hezbollah's parliamentary bloc said Monday that they will confront the sponsors of the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) at home, one day after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had warned Gulf States that funding terrorism will cause a backlash.Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had made a similar warning Sunday, calling on the "petrodollar states" to stop funding terrorism, specifically ISIS, or else they should expect to become its next target.Rouhani didn't specify the Gulf countries he was addressing, but Iranian media had widely accused Saudi Arabia and Qatar of funding Sunni jihadist groups.
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