Hezbollah's leader said Sunday that the Syrian regime is no longer in danger of being toppled by rebels, adding that the world wants to see a diplomatic solution to the country's ongoing crisis.
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said that rebels taking over the country is no longer an option, according to Lebanese newspaper As-Safir. The full interview with the leader will be published on Monday.
Nasrallah argued that the rebels’ campaign was not fueled by ideas of democracy, freedom, or justice. Instead, the intention was to redirect some of Syria’s political stances, such as its support for the Palestinian resistance and Hezbollah.