The Secretary-General of Lebanon's Hezbollah said on Monday that the United States is the primary culprit involved in the Syrian refugee crisis

Iran PressWest Asia: Addressing a ceremony held by Hezbollah at Sayyed Shuhada Complex in Beirut’s southern suburb, Dahiyeh, on the occasion of Prophet Mohammad’s (PBUH) birth anniversary, Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah called on the various political parties in Lebanon to form a parliamentary or ministerial committee that represents all the segments of the nation in order to cope with the Syrian refugees' file.

Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that this committee must devise a plan that details all the aspects of the Syrian refugee crisis, away from trading accusations.

In this regard, Sayyed Nasrallah affirmed that the United States is the primary culprit involved in the Syrian refugee crisis, explaining the terrorist war, ignited by Washington, was behind the first wave of displacement and the Caesar Act has been behind the renewed wave of Syrian displacement.

Sayyed Nasrallah indicated that the US ambassador to Beirut interrogates the Lebanese security chiefs if they order returning any Syrian into his homeland, adding that the security officers answer her rude questions for fear of the sanctions.

Hezbollah Leader stressed that the UNHCR is violating the national sovereignty in Lebanon and granting proof of residency to the Syrian refugees.

Sayyed Nasrallah emphasized that the Lebanese government must allow the Syrian refugees to move safely into Europe by sea, adding that this step would force the European states to hurry into Beirut and become subject to the Lebanese will in this regard.

His eminence also indicated that, had Hezbollah been ruling Lebanon, the prime minister would have been ordered to lead a delegation into Damascus in order to discuss the issue with the Syrian officials.

The imperial, ugly, and insolent policies of the US administration are responsible for the displacement crisis in Lebanon, according to Sayyed Nasrallah, who warned against turning the trouble to be a sedition between the Lebanese and the Syrians.