Member of the "Loyalty to the Resistance" Parliamentary Bloc, MP Hassan Fadlallah, considered that the absence of consensus among the Lebanese over various internal matters and solutions does not imply summoning other countries to impose their tutelage on Lebanon.
Speaking in an interview with LBCI TV Channel today, Fadlallah noted that Lebanon is a diverse country that encompasses many opinions, where everyone has the right to express themselves while showing respect for the opinion of others. “The Patriarch has his views, and we have our views. He sees internationalization as a solution to Lebanon's problem, and we see in this proposal a complication to the problem, because what matters to other states are their interests and their own calculations,” Fadlallah said.
He added: “The United States is the main influence in the United Nations, and it does not look at matters except from the angle of Israeli interests and ambitions. The Patriarch has his description of the facts and the current crisis, its causes and ways to address them, while we disagree with him on this description…The Israeli factor cannot be ignored when talking about internationalization, which is a threat to Lebanon, and we have seen what happened in Libya, Iraq and Syria because of internationalization…did it protect the Christians in these countries? Had it not been for the Syrian state and the resistance, none of them would have remained there.”
"Our policy is not based on boycotting as a result of differences in opinions. We are the people of dialogue, convergence and reaching national understandings. This is the basis for solving internal problems and not calling on other countries to intervene,” Fadlallah underlined.
He considered that occupying the Lebanese with futile proposals that cannot be applied would be to no avail, and would only serve to increase the divisions among them. Instead, the MP highlighted the need to focus on what is useful and contributes to the solution, without waiting for external matters.
Source: National News Agency