The Secretary General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, called on Tuesday for a “halt to the fighting in the Ain al-Helweh camp,” where clashes have been taking place since Saturday between Fateh and Islamists, resulting in twelve deaths and over sixty injuries to date.

During a speech delivered at an Ashura march organized by Hezbollah in Nabatiyeh, Hassan Nasrallah urged all parties that can contribute to restoring the calm to do so without delay.

Nasrallah also paid tribute to the Lebanese Army on the occasion of Army Day. He emphasized that the Army is “the main guarantee for Lebanon’s unity and stability” and stressed the need to support it so that it can fulfill its responsibilities.

Finally, he condemned those who are attempting to burn the Quran in Sweden, stating that such actions are “an insult to two billion Muslims around the world.”