I might have just figured out why Hizbullah yesterday did not vote for Geagea's release. Their official claim was that they declined to vote because around the issue revolves certain sensitivities and complications on the national level and they used the late Rashid Karami's family as a justification for not participating in the amnesty law.
I could have believed that their move was purely driven by domestic/national concerns (note above "the national level"), if it wasn't for Al-Mustaqbal's piece of news which reported that 30 Iranian students demonstrated against Geagea's release in Tehran.
Why? What does Iran have to do with Geagea? The answer is that they were against his release because he was implicated in the kidnappings of four Iranian diplomats in Lebanon during the Israeli invasion in 1982 whom no traces were found of them since then, noting that Tehran believes that the Lebanese Forces turned in these diplomats to Israel.
So...now it's clearer why Hizbullah did not vote for Geagea's amnesty law...and it's not for purely national reasons and principles. They closely uphold Iran's policies and demands, so it would be better if they were outright and clear instead of leaving us with the guessing games.
"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."