Nasrallah noted that Saudi Arabia is fighting IS group in Iraq and Syria while sharing the same extreme religious ideology with it.
The chief of the Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah blamed Saudi Arabia Friday for the spread of extremism in the region.
In his speech, Nasrallah lashed out against the Saudi government’s ultraconservative legal system that is based on the extreme Wahhabi Muslim school of thought which the Islamic State group and other extreme groups in Iraq and Syria follow.
"Who is teaching this ideology in elementary, secondary and high schools and universities?" he asked, and added that "[t]ime has come for Muslims, Arabs and the Muslim world to tell the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: 'Enough."telesur
Hezbollah Blames Saudi Arabia for Spread of Extremism