Nasrallah during Jbeil Keserwan electoral rally: For true partnership between Muslims and Christians

Hizbullah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah underlined that Hizbullah seeks true partnership between Muslims and Christians, stressing that the concept of the 'leading sect' has apparently ended.

"Hizbullah and Amal movement believe that Lebanon can only be built on true partnership between all the components of the Lebanese society," Nasrallah said in a televised speech during an electoral rally for Jbeil-Keserwan District held at the Sayyid al-Shuhada Complex, touching on an array of electoral affairs.

The rally was attended by members of the list of candidates running in Jbeil-Keserwan district and supporters.

Turning to the new elections law, Nasrallah said that Hizbullah approved such a law to secure the best opportunity for representation, though the Party has sought a proportional electoral law based on Lebanon "one district."

Nasrallah rebuffed allegations that Hizbullah seeks a demographic change in any region of Lebanon as "trivial and bogus."

Sayyed Nasrallah pointed out that some political sides are using the 'demographic change' topic against the Party, notably in Christian areas.

On the other hand, Nasrallah deplored the continuous attempts to scare the Lebanese people of the resistance's weapons, stressing that the resistance's arms has liberated the land and contributed to protecting the country.

"Experience has proved that the resistance's arms alongside the army and the people form the basis of security in Lebanon amid a blistering region," he corroborated.

Hizbullah chief said that the resistance has protected the country in fighting alongside the army the terrorist groups in the terrains.

Nasrallah also called on the people of Keserwan and Jbeil to visit the Christian villages in the South to witness how the Christians coexist there under the blessed equation of the "army, people and resistance."

Nasrallah stressed that the resistance is a main factor in Lebanon's security.

Sayyed Nasrallah also deemed Juan Hbeish's move yesterday as symbolic reflecting mutual respect.

"The key of Jbeil and Keserwan remains with President Michel Aoun Aoun and Maronite Patriarch Bechara Boutros Rahi," Nasrallah said addressing the people of Jbeil and Keserwan.

Source: National News Agency