Muslims to not Abandon Palestinians: Sayyed Nasrallah
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Speaking on Friday in Beirut during a televised speech on the occasion of the International Quds Day, Sayyed Nasrallah said, "On this day we ask everyone not to abandon the Palestinian cause." He noted that the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Imam Khomeini, designated Al-Quds Day on the last Friday of the Month of Ramadan so that Muslims remember that this is part of their religious duties
"The Right must be clearly announced on this day. Palestine is an occupied land stolen from its native people and time does not make it a property of the thief even if the entire world recognized that. Israel is an occupying entity that made all its accomplishments through terrorism. It should never be recognized and the right must return to its owners," he stated.
Sayyed Nasrallah noted that some countries that didn't want to confront Israel are free to do so, “but they should not recognize it or give it legitimacy, but rather leave this issue for the coming generations for Allah will send people who are ready to remove this cancerous cell from this region.”
Attempts to Obstruct Resistance
In parallel, the Hezbollah leader pointed out that "decades ago the resistance axis was formed in Lebanon and Palestine with the support of Iran and Syria, and when this axis started making achievements and reached the peak of national support around it, enemies interfered in attempt to frustrate this axis and its aspirations."
"The attempt to obstruct the resistance axis took place in two ways. The first was by dragging the entire region to war under false titles like rights, freedoms and sectarianism, in attempt to let the region forget about the Palestinian cause, and this effort is ongoing from Syria to Iraq, Yemen, Bahrain, Libya, Egypt, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and other countries. The second was by opening the door for the Israeli regime and presenting it as a friend and ally in fighting terrorism. The significant point here is that the same ruling families that facilitated the road for Britain and the United States to establish the Israeli entity are today assisting Israel in fighting the resistance movements in order to preserve their thrones. History is repeating itself," Sayyed Nasrallah added.
The Hezbollah leader indicated that the countries that commemorated Al-Quds International Day like Yemen, Bahrain, Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Nigeria were all suffering from the oppression of the ruling families in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Sayyed Nasrallah added that "some sides are determined to go on with the wars in the region and support the Takfiri groups."
"If the financial and human efforts used in Syria and Yemen were used in Palestine instead, it would have been liberated ten times," he added, reassuring that "let all the tools and servants of America and Israel in the region keep in mind that we will not abandon Al-Quds and the Palestinian people... neither war nor weapons, media deception or sectarian incitements could force this axis to abandon Palestine and Al-Quds or let Israel spread corruption."
Israeli Scared of ISIS Defeat in Syria
In parallel, Hezbollah secretary general referred to the participation of some Arab countries in Herzliya conference, knowing that this conference discussed Israel's national security and strategic environment, highlighting on the participation of the Syrian opposition representative. As he explained that "the Israeli statements in Herzliya reflected how the Israeli regime is scared of ISIS's defeat in Syria," he noted that "Israel also acknowledged in the conference that Hezbollah was a significant power that threatened the entity's security."
Underestimating Israel's threats against the resistance, Sayyed Nasrallah asked: "What's new in the Israeli statements today? Is it that they want to destroy? They have been destroying in vain for decades... Is it that they want to kill? Their entity is based on crimes... The only thing new in the Israeli speech today is that they talk too much, and the important thing today is the data that the resistance has about Israel and its points of weaknesses."
Sayyed Nasrallah clarified that the relationship between the Palestinian and Lebanese resistance factions was good and that "we disagreed with some Palestinian factions on the Syrian file but there are no disagreements on the Palestinian file." He also denied that the Iranian support to some Palestinian resistance movements was cut because of the latter's stances on Syria.
Regarding the Lebanese security file and the latest terrorist attacks on Al-Qaa village, Sayyed Nasrallah considered that these attacks were a major development and soon the side behind those suicide bombers will be exposed.
"All the information reveal that they did not come from Syria or from Al-Qaa camps, they came from Ersal barrens..." he said, indicating that "Al-Qaa is a Christian village that did not fight in Syria and does not support Hezbollah politically, so why did they attack it?"
Sayyed Nasrallah further asked: "Why did they wage an attack in Turkey a few days ago knowing that Turkey supports them and funds them?"
Silly Wahhabi Ideology
He elaborated that "This is the ideology of ISIS, which is the same ideology of Al-Nusra and Al-Qaeda, which all comes from the Wahhabi ideology in Saudi Arabia... It is the ideology of Takfirism as they accuse of blasphemy everyone who disagrees with them... For them "the Month of Mercy is the month of killing", they intend to kill as much as they can before this holy month is over... This is their ideology, upon which they issue silly Fatwas and permit sons to kill their mother, father, and siblings because they disagree with them."
Sayyed Nasrallah said that if it weren't for Hezbollah preemptive presence in Syria, terrorist attacks would've taken place all around Lebanon on daily bases, and the situation would've been more disastrous.