Hezbollah Denies Delegation Was Supposed to Be on Plane


Hezbollah denied on Wednesday the claims that the Ethiopian plane crash was a “deliberate” attack based on the hypothesis that a high-ranking delegation representing the group was supposed to be on the plane. In a statement released by its media relations, Hezbollah said that Lebanese daily Al-Liwaa made use of the circumstances surrounding the expected travel of MP Nawwar Sahili on the plane to draft a

draft that has no relation with the truth. “What the daily said about a high-ranking delegation of Hezbollah supposed to be on the plane is not true and has no actual basis,” the statement read out. While deeming the Lebanese daily far above propagating for scenarios that are not based on true data in a move that would insult the families’ victims as well as Hezbollah, the Resistance party concluded its statement by urging the daily to spare itself from the embarrassment of shame and falsification by following the simplest rules of professionalism through questioning the authenticity of information before publishing Al-Liwaa based its hypothesis on Hezbollah’s heightened concern about the catastrophe and the claim that a Hezbollah delegation, including Sayyed Hashem Safieddine and MP Nawar al-Sahili, was supposed to be on the plane. It said the trip was cancelled at the last minute upon ins



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