Hizballah not to turn Lebanon into second Iran
The second person in Lebanon party Hizballah sheikh Naim Kassem in his interview with Associated Press said that the party does not strive for creation of a state in Lebanon similar with Iran.
He said that if Hizballah wins at the parliamentary elections on June 7, it will invite pro-western coalition "March 14" to join the government.
But Parliamentary majority leader of Lebanon Saad Hariri said that his party Al-Mustakbal and coalition "March 14" will not join the government if pro-Iranian coalition "March 8" including Hizballah wins.
If Hizballah wins at elections and independently rule Lebanon, it will cause the international isolation and regular war with Israel given strengthening of Hizballah's ally - Palestinian movement HAMAS in the Gaza strip.
Seikh Kassem heading election campaign of Hizballah said that there will be other political sitiation in Lebanon after June 7.
He added that Hizballah will operate over creation of national coalition government. But success will depend on other sides.
During pre-election speech head of the party sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said on June 3 that if the party wins at upcoming parliamentary elections on June 7, it will launch rearmament of Lebanon army, Ash-Sharq al-Awsat Arabic newspaper reported.
Major fight will expand during elections between pre-western coalition "14 March" having majority in the parliament and opposition coalition "8 March" including Hizballah. Syria and Iran support Hizballah.