Publish date4 Apr 2024 - 9:58
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Hezbollah leader hails operation al-Aqsa Storm for putting Israel on brink of extinction

The Secretary General of Hezbollah resistance movement, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, says the Operation Al-Aqsa Storm dealt an irreparable blow to the Zionist projects in Palestine.
Hezbollah leader hails operation al-Aqsa Storm for putting Israel on brink of extinction
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said the operation shook the foundations of the regime.

He made the remarks during a Wednesday televised address to a virtual gathering of resistance leaders ahead of the International Al-Quds Day, the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan.

What is happening today in Palestine, the region, and the world, Nasrallah said, is a flood in every sense of the word.

Nasrallah said nobody in the occupied territories talks of a “greater Israel” project anymore. This is one of the achievements of the October 7 operation, he said, as well as previous anti-Israel operations in Lebanon and Gaza that led to the withdrawal of Israel from southern Lebanon and Gaza in the 2000s.

Nasrallah praised the courage and creativity of the Palestinian resistance. The people of Gaza created, with their steadfastness, a historical epic whose parallels are rare, he said.

The Hezbollah chief also hailed anti-Israel operations by the resistance in Yemen, Iraq, and Lebanon and their perseverance despite threats and pressures.

Nasrallah underscored Iran’s support for the Axis of Resistance in Gaza, the occupied West Bank, Lebanon, Yemen, and Iraq.

Syria was another highlight of Nasrallah’s remarks. The Hezbollah leader said all the bombings, threats, and intimidation attempts over the past few months had not changed Syria’s standing with the resistance groups in the region.

During the same televised event, Secretary-General of Iraq’s Al-Nujaba Movement Sheikh Akram al-Kaabi said the Iraqi resistance is an essential element of the Axis of Resistance.

The Axis of Resistance, Kaabi said, has managed to challenge the hegemony of the United States using a limited amount of capabilities.

The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement stated during the ceremony that Yemen is committed to enhancing its missile and naval capabilities to offer greater support to the Palestinian cause.

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said the Yemeni nation is united in supporting the Palestinian people, and their sacred sites, not least the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Ismail Haniyeh, the political bureau chief of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, was another resistance figure to address the event.

He said the Palestinian resistance remains steadfast on all fronts. Haniyeh said the self-perceptions of Israel regarding its military capabilities have now been shattered.

Haniyeh reiterated the Palestinian call for a lasting ceasefire, which encompasses a total Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, the return of all displaced individuals, the provision of essential aid, the reconstruction of affected areas, the lifting of the blockade, and the establishment of a respectful captive exchange agreement.

The secretary-general of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement told the ceremony that the fighters of Gaza are steadfast against the US-supported Israeli war apparatus.

Ziyad Al-Nakhaleh said Gaza, with its populace and fighters, will continue to fight the Israeli occupation.

The Palestinian leader lamented that certain Arab and Muslim governments have failed to support Gaza in any manner.

“We demand that our Arab brothers treat us as they treat Israel because everything the regime needs comes from the countries that ignore the Palestinians.”

He commended Iran for its support of the resistance and for bolstering the capabilities of resistance fighters in Palestine and elsewhere. Nakhaleh said the forthcoming International Quds Day should serve as a significant moment for the resistance to fortify the unity of its people, fighters, and objectives.
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