On the other hand, President Fouad Siniora entered the tension and returned to the tone of ancient rhetoric by raising the ceiling against Hezbollah in an attempt to resolve the conflict between the party and President Michel Aoun against convergence between Aoun and Hariri in views. In an interview with Saudi Arabia's Al-Arabiya television, Siniora said that "Hariro's concessions were used by some to extend his authority, increase his strength and expand him in Lebanon and his control over the state, and thus actually became two states within a state." He added, "The Lebanese can no longer accept the state in a state." He said that "these new artificial conditions that Hezbollah presented to stop and disturb the process of forming the government is not only directed against the President's appointed but also against the Republican President . "
On the other hand, the US Department of Defense announced yesterday that the classification of the son of Hizbullah's Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Jawad Nasrallah, as "a global terrorist" in the context of its continued pressure on pressure and sanctions against the Lebanese and Palestinian resistance groups and focused on in Hezbollah. The statement described Nasrallah as the party's "rising leader" and noted that in recent years he recruited people to launch attacks on Israel on the Occupied West Bank. The US government department also added the organization "Mujahideen Brigades in the Palestinian Territories" to the list of "global terrorist organizations" claiming credibility to Hezbollah.
The US Department of State announced the son of Hezbollah's Secretary General Jawad Nasrallah, a "global terrorist"
The statement came after the US Treasury Department announced sanctions against four people saying that they were "important to Hezbollah in Iraq and to help transfer funds, gain access to weapons and communicate with Iran." They are: Shubal Mohsen, known as Obeid al-Zaidi, Hashem, Adnan Kawtharani and Mohammed Farhat. Treasury claimed that Zaidi was "the chief coordinator of Hezbollah and the Iranian revolutionary protection" that he was close to "Hezbollah financier Adham Tabaiba, coordinated oil smuggling from Iran to Syria" and that he "sent Iraqi warriors to Syria on behalf of revolutionary guards" . As for the other three names, the Treasury claimed that they were "involved in gathering intelligence and transferring funds to Hezbollah in Iraq!"