Beirut, SANA – Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, said that the states and forces which had supported terrorists, brought them to Syria, and gave them funds, arms, and various forms of cover, have begun to pay the price for these actions after they lost control of the terrorists.

In a televised speech on Friday, Nasrallah said that Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Jordan, some forces in the Arab Gulf, the U.S., Britain, France, and other western and regional forces brought terrorists from around the world to Syria to topple it and to Iraq to change the balance of power, but the only result this produced was the rise of ISIS and the terror it created.

“There is no doubt that Turkey is sponsoring, funding, providing facilitations, and opening the borders to ISIS,” he asserted, adding that those who believe the claims by the U.S. or by American, Saudi, or Turkish intelligence agencies that they can control terrorists organizations are delusional, as these organizations have a mentality and culture that makes them turn on those who help them.

Nasrallah commented on the issues raised by some over the Iranian nuclear deal, a deal which made the U.S. try to reassure Israel and its allies that they will not allow power shifts as a result of it, saying that Iran’s relations with its allies isn’t based 9on interest and refuting the claims that Iran sold out its allies during the negotiations, adding “if you don’t want to believe the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, then believe your friend John Kerry.”

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Hazem Sabbagh

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