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Hezbollah Secretary-General Hasan Nasrallah says his party and the Future Movement should respect each other's diverging views over the conflict in Yemen in order to insulate Lebanon from any spillover.The Future Movement hailed the operation as a necessary step to end growing Iranian influence in Yemen, while Hezbollah slammed it as an interference in Yemeni affairs and an assault on Yemeni people.Nasrallah Friday reiterated Hezbollah's unwavering support for the Yemeni people. Nasrallah dismissed labels of the Yemeni intervention as an "Arab War," saying that critics of the intervention, like Hezbollah, were Arab as well.Nasrallah dismissed Saudi Arabia's claims of restoring legitimacy in Yemen and protecting the Yemeni people by saying that the devastation resulting from airstrikes could not achieve those ends.As for the consequences of the operation, Nasrallah said that the intervention countered the desired outcome by aggravating the threat against Saudi Arabia.
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