Lebanese cleric calls for stronger Islamic unity through denominations
Sheikh Sohaib Habli, Sunni scholar from Lebanon has stressed necessity of endeavors to avoid dispersion and introducing the true image of Islam in an effort to boost Islamic unity, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He denounced the terrorist organizations which have no relations with Islam and struggle to tarnish the image of the holy religion calling for resistance against these groups.
The scholar hailed the victory of resistance movement in Gaza stressing that the victory has brought a new picture of the resistance capabilities.
“The first result for failure of the Tel Aviv regime is resignation of their minister of military affairs” said the Lebanese cleric and referred to protest gatherings of the Israeli settlers in protest to incidents following atrocities on Gaza Strip.
He quoted Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah remarks in 2000 regarding the incapability of Israeli regime as the Hezbollah Secretary General had called Tel Aviv regime to be more fragile than a spider’s web.