• 14 Jul, 2024

Nasrallah: Hezbollah will not back down on its support for Gaza and will continue to fight Israel

Nasrallah: Hezbollah will not back down on its support for Gaza and will continue to fight Israel

The Hezbollah chief reiterated that the Lebanese resistance will not back down from its decision to carry out retaliatory attacks in support of the Palestinians in the face of Israeli attacks on Gaza. He said the attacks will continue until the desired objective is achieved.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah was arrested in the  Sayyed Al-Shuhada compound in  southern Beirut on Tuesday night, the third day of the Islamic lunar  month of Muharram, the anniversary of the martyrdom  of the third Shiite Imam Hussein (AS). This statement. The Imam, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), addressed mourners.

 "Hezbollah will continue the operations carried out since October 8 (against Israeli military positions) until the desired objectives are achieved on all  fronts of support," Nasrallah said. The Hezbollah leader stressed that his group will never change its pro-Palestinian position and will never abandon its ongoing fight against the Zionist regime.  He further noted that Hezbollah will never abandon its pro-Palestinian responsibilities, even in the face of threats of war against Lebanon. Nasrallah stressed that it is the duty of Muslims  to speak out against injustice and resist oppression.  He drew attention to the malign nature of the Israeli army and said that the lack of humanitarian aid in the Gaza Strip for weeks has created a serious medical and humanitarian situation.

The Hezbollah Secretary-General criticized the inaction of other Arab and Islamic countries in the Palestinian cause as "regrettable," pointing to support for the front lines in Lebanon, Yemen and Iraq, as well as political support from Syria and Iran.  "Is it reasonable for this situation to continue?" Every Muslim should be asked about their support for Gaza. "Is it acceptable for Arab and Islamic countries not to pledge support for Gaza?" Nasrallah asked.

"How is the money of Muslims being spent  while 2 million Muslims are starving in Gaza? For whom are  tanks, aircraft and other military equipment being collected?" Nasrallah also asked Arab and Islamic leaders.  Hezbollah and Israel have been engaged in a deadly gun battle since early October last year, shortly after the regime launched a mass offensive in the Gaza Strip following a surprise attack by the Palestinian  resistance group Hamas. The Lebanese resistance  has said it will continue retaliatory attacks as long as the Tel Aviv regime continues its war on Gaza, which has so far killed at least 38,243 people and wounded 88,033, mostly Palestinians. Hizbullah officials have repeatedly said they do not want  war with Israel, but stressed they are prepared if it breaks out.