Hezbollah Denounces Savage Attack on Al-Aqsa, Calls for Solidarity Campaign
Hezbollah denounced on Monday the savage attack on al-Aqsa Mosque, calling for a wide campaign of solidarity to defend the holy Mosque.
In a statement issued by the party’s Media Relations, Hezbollah said: “The escalating attacks (against al-Aqsa) obviously show the seriousness of the conspiracy which aims at dividing and then destroying the holy mosque.”
Meanwhile, the resistance movement condemned the Arab silence over the attack, warning that this silence is considered as “an acceptance of the Zionist scheme, if it was not a flagrant collusion with this scheme.”
The attack on al-Aqsa comes at a time the international organizations are turning a blind eye on this expected crime which poses real threat against the holy mosque, the statement added.
“Hezbollah calls for a wide Arab and Islamic campaign in solidarity with the holy al-Aqsa Mosque and those who are defending it,” the statement added.
Earlier on Sunday, Israeli Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel, backed with dozens of Zionist settlers and other dozens of Israeli occupation forces, stormed the holy mosque shortly after dawn to celebrate the so-called “Jewish New Year”.
Israeli occupation forces (IOF) forced the Palestinian worshippers to get out of the holy compound, as they destroyed the windows of al-Qibli Mosque.
Dozens were injured when IOF fired rubber-coated steel bullets and stun grenades on peaceful worshippers.