Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah calls for worldwide cooperation with Palestinian resistance

Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah calls for worldwide cooperation with Palestinian resistance

Secretary-General of Lebanese movement Hezbollah, Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, has called on all free people of the world to stand by the Palestinian cause and to provide all forms of support and support, stressing that the Yemeni people are a qualitative addition to the Axis of Resistance.

He warned the Israeli enemy against any wrong move towards Lebanon.

“We will not tolerate any Israeli transgression, error, or aggressive movement on any Lebanese territory, and the enemy must understand this clear message.”

Sayyid Nasrallah continued: “About the upcoming Israeli enemy maneuver and in light of the existing developments, we have the right to call for caution in the region in general, as well as in Lebanon. We will be careful and will always keep pace with the movement of these maneuvers.”

“The Islamic Revolution in Iran has been committed to reviving International al-Quds Day since the days of Imam Khomeini, and today in the days of Imam Khamenei. It is not a tactical or political issue, but rather an ideological one, and an absolute right that cannot be changed,” Sayyid Nasrallah added.

Sayyid Nasrallah said that “The Palestinian public scene rejects the occupation, and this is what gives legitimacy to every one who supports the Palestinian people, whether politically, militarily or otherwise.”

“What we are witnessing in occupied Jerusalem in terms of confrontation against the heavily armed enemy is an important development, because the Israeli used to believe that the Palestinian in Jerusalem and the West Bank did not have the power to confront them.”

He pointed out that “the most important and dangerous development that must be confirmed is the participation of the Gaza Strip with its military resistance and missiles on the front line in Jerusalem.”

Sayyid Nasrallah asserted furthermore that “what terrifies Israel is the massive Iranian peaceful nuclear development.”

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