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Hezbollah said Monday Saudi Arabia's political and media campaigns against it would not make the party end its military involvement in the war in Syria, or stop its condemnation of Riyadh's policies in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Bahrain.Referring to Saudi Arabia's latest diplomatic spat with Lebanon over what Riyadh perceives as "hostile" stances linked to Hezbollah and Iran at Arab League and Islamic meetings, Qaouk said: "All that Saudi Arabia wants now is that we keep silent on its crimes in Yemen, Bahrain, Iraq and Syria, and on its attempts to blackmail Lebanon's position.Saudi Arabia last Friday stepped up pressure on Lebanon, blacklisting four companies and three Lebanese men it accused of having links to Hezbollah.
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