محمد حسن رعد (1955-)، سياسي لبناني. هو عضو في حزب الله ورئيس كتلته النيابية في المجلس النيابي اللبناني المعروفة بكتلة الوفاء للمقاومة.
حياتة العلمية والعملية
- حاصل على الشهادة من دار المعلمين والمعلمات في لبنان وإجازة جامعية في الفلسفة من كلية الاداب في الجامعة اللبنانية.
- بفترة من الفترات تولى رئاسة تحرير جريدة العهد التابعة لحزب الله.
- عضو شورى القرار في الحزب، وعضو في المجلس السياسي فيه والذي يتراسه السيد إبراهيم أمين السيد.
- انتخب نائبا سنوات 1992، 1996، 2000 وعن المقعد الشيعي في النبطية، وأعيد انتخابة عن نفس المقعد بانتخابات عام 2005.
Mohammad Raad (born 1 January 1955) is a Shia Lebanese member of parliament representing the Nabatiyeh district. He presides Hezbollah's bloc in the Lebanese parliament, which is part of the 8 March Alliance.
Early life and education
Raad was born into a Shia family in Beirut in 1955. His family is originally from the village of Jbaa in western Bekaa Valley. He holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy, which he received from Lebanese University.
Raad is one of the leading figures of Hezbollah and the only member of the party to occupy his seat in Parliament (representing Nabatiyah) since 1992. He is one of the "ideologues" of the party, a member of its executive committee and former chair of its political council. Raad has been a key political player and has been elected by the Iranian Majlis as Lebanon's only representative on the Iranian Guardian Council. He won a seat from Nabatiyeh in the general elections held in 2000. He has been president of the Hezbollah's Block loyalty to the Resistance since 2000. Following the military action of July–August 2006 conducted by Israel against the Lebanon, and with the resumption of dialogue sessions headed by Nabih Berri, Hassan Nasrallah appointed Mohammad Raad as personal representative on the negotiating table. Raad is among potential candidates for general secretary of Hezbollah if Nasrallah will be "supreme guide" of the organization and the power allocated to the post of general secretary will be reduced.
Raad recognizes that Lebanon is a country of partnerships, where dialogue must be preserved. shariah law in Nabatieh. Raad has raised controversy with various statements. On 11 October 2011, he referred to the American ambassador to Lebanon, Jeffrey Feltman, as an "Israeli agent" and suggested that there are "many" Israeli collaborators working with 14 March alliance. He suggested that any Lebanes e who communicate with an Israeli should be put to death, and openly stated that those who are not with the resistance are traitors.
Honesty is essential to Raad's idea of dialogue. He supports stronger ties with Iran, the implementation of