Sayyed Nasrallah Warns Clearly: If Syria falls, Palestine will fall
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary general of Hezbollah, has reaffirmed the Lebanese resistance movement’s support for the Syrian fight against terrorism, saying that if Syria falls, so will Palestine.
Nasrallah made the remark during a speech on Friday to mark the International Quds Day, as designated by the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini (God bless his soul).
Elsewhere in his remarks, he referred to the Saudi military strikes against Yemen, and said Arab Muslims have abandoned the people of Yemen.
“The war against Yemen today is the biggest service Saudi Arabia can do to Israel,” he said. “And it is coming free of charge.”
Israel, “the mother of all terrorism,” presents itself as a force fighting terrorism, Nasrallah said.
The Hezbollah leader said that, once Syria was plagued by conflict, the enemies focused on Iran and the resistance movement as the remaining greatest threats.
He also said that Iran is the only country that, in the mind of the Israeli regime officials, poses an existential threat to this regime; thus, they seek to incite the entire world against the Islamic Republic.
He said the question must be asked why this “complete enmity” is being directed at Iran and not against Arab countries. Because, he said, the Tel Aviv regime realized that Arab officials do nothing for the nation of Palestine and Gaza, “a part of the Islamic Umma.”
The Iranian government and people under the leadership of Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei will never recognize Israel, he said.
Despite the sanctions and threats of war against Iran and the media and psychological wars waged on Iran, the country is the only country that supports Palestine, he said.
Elsewhere in his remarks, he condemned the recent bombing in Shia mosques in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
He said the bombing in Kuwait was meant to incite sectarian conflict in the country, but to no avail, as the country’s emir, government and scholars prevented such a scenario from playing out.