File - Siniora speaks at the AUB commemoraion of Chatah, on Saturday Jan. 31, 2014. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Former premier Fouad Siniora denounced over the weekend Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah's latest speech, describing it as impetuous and dangerous.Nasrallah delivered his speech Friday during a ceremony to honor six Hezbollah fighters killed during the Jan. 18, Israeli airstrike in Syria's Qunaitra, in which he announced that the rules of engagement between the resistance and Israel had ended. Hezbollah retaliated to the Qunaitra attack Wednesday – two days prior to the speech – in an ambush operation that killed two Israeli soldiers and wounded seven in the occupied Shebaa Farms.Speaker Nabih Berri slammed those criticizing Nasrallah's speech, saying that the Hezbollah attack on the Israeli military convoy in Shebaa did not breach U.N. Resolution 1701 and was "a clean operation carried out on occupied Lebanese territory.Other politicians hailed Hezbollah's response to Israel's strike in Qunaitra and Nasrallah's speech.
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