Hezbollah Urges  Riyadh-Tehran Dialogue

Hezbollah Urges Riyadh-Tehran Dialogue

Lebanese resistance group Hezbollah said on Thursday Saudi Arabia was on a losing path in its struggle with Iran and urged Riyadh to seek dialogue with Tehran. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the Iran-backed group, said Riyadh aimed to pull the US into its conflict with Tehran after a summit where President Donald Trump signaled firm backing for Saudi Arabia while criticizing Iran. "I advise the Saudis to set aside collision, hatred and war. Your only solution for the sake of all Muslims, the whole region ... is dialogue with Iran and to negotiate with Iran," Nasrallah said in a televised speech, according to Reuters. "This path you are taking will only lead to spending billions more dollars and spilling more blood and you will be the ones who lose. You will fail." The two regional rivals back opposing sides in conflicts gripping several Arab states, including Syria and Yemen.


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