File - Hezbollah MP Nawaf Musawi arrives at the Parliament in Beirut, Lebanon. (The Daily Star)
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Hezbollah's MP Nawwaf Musawi Sunday slammed Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi's comments that called for raiding Hezbollah's warehouses, accusing him of becoming a burden rather than a minister for justice.Rifi had made controversial comments Saturday, calling on the Army to raid Hezbollah's warehouses in the southern suburbs of Beirut and other areas.Musawi's speech, preceded by another from Hezbollah's MP Ali Fayyad, formed the strongest response to Rifi, who made his comments yesterday after defending himself against accusations of sending money to the jihadists holding Lebanese soldiers and policemen captives.Musawi slammed Rifi's mention of "equality and justice between the Lebanese," and considered his comments as extortion against Hezbollah and its allies.
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