Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah gestures as he addresses his supporters during a rare public appearance at an Ashura ceremony in Beirut's southern suburbs, Lebanon October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Khalil Hassan
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The double suicide attack that killed at least 46 people in a southern Beirut suburb earlier this week only increases Hezbollah's determination to fight ISIS in Syria, party chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah said Saturday.Nasrallah also denounced the brazen attacks against venues in Paris by a squad of gunmen and suicide bombers that ISIS also took credit for, leaving at least 129 people dead. The ISIS-claimed attack, which also wounded more than 200, was widely condemned by Lebanese of all stripes, including Hezbollah's rivals, offering a rare moment of national solidarity in the deeply divided society.Lebanese security forces have arrested several suspects over the attack.Nasrallah strongly urged against the targeting of Palestinians, Syrians or Sunni Lebanese in the wake of the bombings, reiterating a deep rejection of what he said was the "takfiri" and Israeli goal to sow civil strife in the country.
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