“We are not evaluating the matter from a Sunni or Shiite perspective, but from the perspective of joining all Muslims and Christians together because they are all threatened by this terrorist project financed by the US”
He said tens of thousands of Islamic extremists from all over the world have been sent to Syria to fight the regime, but Hezbollah sends “a few” fighters and it is accused of intervening in the conflict.
“We are not evaluating the matter from a Sunni or Shiite perspective, but from a perspective joining all Muslims and Christians together because they are all threatened by this takfiri project that is financed by the US,” he said.
“If Syria [falls] in the hands of America, Israel and the takfiris, the future of Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and the whole region would be dark,” Hezbollah’s al-Manar news site quoted Nasrallah saying.
“If Syria falls, the Palestinian cause will be lost,” he said.
“You can be with whoever side you want… but Hezbollah can be neither with the American side nor with the side of murderers who dig [up] grave or rip [open] chests,” referring to a grotesque video in which a Syrian rebel appeared to eat the internal organs of a dead soldier.