Third, liberating Lebanon from the Israeli occupation: Regaining state authority over the territories extending to the internationally-recognized Lebanese borders requires the following:
A. Efforts to implement resolution 425 and the other UN Security Council resolutions calling for fully eliminating the Israeli occupation.
B. Adherence to the truce agreement concluded on 23 March 1949.
C. Taking all the steps necessary to liberate all Lebanese territories from the Israeli occupation, to spread state sovereignty over all the territories, and to deploy the Lebanese army in the border area adjacent to Israel; and making efforts to reinforce the presence of the UN forces in South Lebanon to insure the Israeli withdrawal and to provide the opportunity for the return of security and stability to the border area.
Therefore, the Resistance, which is Hezbollah as you admitted yourself in your previous post.
The bayanat wizarie would have been illegal when they state something against the law. Since you are admitting they are legal and even ratified by the law makers Hizbullah is legal. And in any case, without Hezbollah, Lebanon would become like a home without walls. Lebanon's territorial land, waters and natural wealths would be easily eroded and taken by any coveting entities, Israel in first place.I didn't say the cabinet statements are illegal, just that they are not law, and are subject to change depending on the government.