Bassil said that the FPM remains a guarantee for Hezbollah, should Lebanon be attacked by Israel or come under terrorist aggression. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Hezbollah refused to respond to comments by Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil in an interview published Friday in which he said the party was taking decisions that didn't benefit Lebanon, a source from the organization said Friday. The Hezbollah source told The Daily Star that the relationship between them and the Free Patriotic Movement, headed by Bassil, will remain intact.In an interview published Friday, Bassil said that Hezbollah is making decisions that aren't in the best interest of Lebanon.Nevertheless, in the interview Bassil maintained that his FPM supports Hezbollah's actions against Israel and terrorism.It added that that despite attempts by some to sabotage the FPM's relationship with Hezbollah, they would not succeed.
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