Al-Sayyid Hani Fahs, a member of Supreme Shiite Council of Lebanese, has said that the current situation in Syria was getting worse day by day.
"What's happening in Syria is not a crime anymore, it has turned into tragedy. We were late to support Syrian revolution," Fahs told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday.
Denying the claims that 70 percent of Shiite community in Lebanon was supporting Syrian government, Fahs stated that only small percentage of Shiite people might stand up for the regime.
Fahs also drew attention to Bahrain. He stated that Shiite's fight against the administration in Bahrain had been ignored.
Sheikh Sayyed Hani Fahs, who is a member of the Supreme Shiite Council in Lebanon, was born in 1946 in Nebatieh town of south Lebanon. He completed his primary and secondary education in this city, later on moved to Nacaf in Iraq to study Arabic and Islamic Studies. He lived in Iran between 1982 and 1985.
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