Sayyed Nasrallah suggests boycotting US goods in response to sanctions

Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has affirmed that the United States' tyrant has left the peoples of the region no choice but to carry guns to fight it. 

Trump's administration has recently committed two crimes, the assassination of martyrs General Suleimani, Hajj Al-Muhandis as well as their companions and the announcement of the “deal of the century”," he said at Hezbollah’s “Martyrdom & Insight” Ceremony. 

Sayyed Nasrallah made it clear that that the 'deal of century' is not a deal; it’s Trump’s plan to eliminate the Palestinian cause.

"None of the Palestinian forces may approve Trump’s plan, and this is basic for foiling the US scheme," he added, hailing the Lebanese consensus which has rejected Trump’s plan

"We have to take into consideration the concern of certain Lebanese parties over implementing Trump’s plan and naturalizing the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon," Sayyed Nasrallh stated, indicating that US crimes ushered the beginning of the direct confrontation with the resistance forces in the Middle East

He underlined that Trump’s administration is the most arrogant, unjust and corrupt in the US history

"In the confrontation with the United States, we have to trust God’s (help), keep hopeful for a bright future and challenge our fear," Sayyed Nasrallah affirmed.

He suggested boycotting the US goods across the region as a form of economic response to the US sanctions.

 Moreover, Sayyed Nassrallah called on the Iraqis to preserve the Popular Mobilization (Hashd Shaabi) in spite of the US scheme to eradicate it, and to drive the US forces out of Iraq, as well as to strengthen the Iraqi role in the region.

As for the internal situation in Lebanon, he reiterated that the failure of the current Lebanese government endangers the whole country.

"All Lebanese parties are concerned with supporting the government in order to overcome the financial crisis," Sayyed Nasrallah concluded.

Basma Qaddour

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