Hezbollah's deputy leader Sheikh Naim Qassem speaks during a commemoration ceremony in Beirut's southern suburb, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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A Hezbollah leader has accused the party's rivals of being under foreign orders to avoid political dialogue, saying that his party is ready to make concessions for the sake of Lebanon.Addressing students who successfully passed the ninth grade, Qassem stressed that Hezbollah was strong and solid on Lebanon's eastern border.He said ISIS and the Nusra Front, which he described as far from following Islam, would not be able to achieve any victory over Hezbollah's fighters. Earlier this month, Nusra militants attacked Hezbollah posts in eastern Lebanon, sparking a deadly battle.
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