Bashar Assad's foes demanded Tuesday that Hezbollah
leader Hassan Nasrallah
put an end to the group's support for the Syrian president's campaign of slaughter against his people.
The secretary general of the Free Syria
Army's military council warned that Syrian rebels will settle the score with Nasrallah and his group at court once the Syrian leader is deposed.
Syrian rebel (Photo: AP)
In an interview with the London-based Sharq al-Awsat, the rebel leader urged Nasrallah to put an end to the killing of Syrians, who he said "embraced the Lebanese people during the Second Lebanon War."
He added that it was the Syrian people, rather than Assad's regime, that opened the door to the Lebanese people and to Hezbollah members.
Meanwhile, Syrian opposition websites reported that the Free Syria Army took over most neighborhoods in the restive city of Homs, adding that the Syrian government is using missiles and tanks to bombard areas under the rebels' control.
According to the reports, gas pipelines in the area were damaged as result of the heavy bombardment by Assad loyalists.
The opposition added that at least 20 people were killed in violence across Syria Tuesday.