Hezbollah Denounces Arrest Warrant againt Beshir  
 
 

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Hezbollah vehemently denounced on Thursday the International Criminal Court’s decision to issue an arrest warrant against Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir.
 
In a statement it released, Hezbollah warned that the timing of the warrant, after reconciliation and agreement on the Darfur crisis reached an advanced stage, constitutes "an obvious suspicious attempt to blow up the situation in the province and to threaten Sudan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity through the promotion of separatism."
 

Hezbollah, meanwhile, emphasized that the court's decision provides further evidence of the international community's bias and politicization. "Hezbollah considers the decision as further evidence of some international rights forums having reached a deep level of partiality, politicization and integration within the politics of alliances, just as international political institutions have developed a habit of applying a policy of double standards," the statement read.

The Resistance party concluded its statement by questioning "the secret behind the blindness and absence of justice" in the world and calling to prosecute war criminals from US and Israeli officials, "for they have filled the graves of Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Afghanistan and Pakistan, with hundreds of thousands of deaths, destroyed their infrastructure along with all the signposts of human civilization, whose crimes are beyond the shadow of any doubt war crimes and crimes against humanity."

 

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