Hezbollah Warns: Zionists Paving Way for Total Destruction of Al-Aqsa

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Hezbollah strongly denounced the Zionist desecration of al-Aqsa Mosque during Israelis’ celebrations on the 49th anniversary of al-Quds’ occupation. In a statement released by the party’s Media Relations, Hezbollah said the move was a deliberate policy by the Zionists aimed at paving the way to totally destruct the holy mosque.

“On Naksa (setback) Day (1976), and while the Arab regimes turn away their face from Palestine and its sacred sites, a group of settlers, backed by occupation police and army, savagely invaded  the holy al-Aqsa Mosque, in order to provocatively celebrate the occupation of al-Quds’ anniversary,” the statement released late on Monday said.

The resistance party stressed that such provocative move afflicts both Islamic and Christian sites in al-Quds and entire Palestine.

“Hezbollah denounces such spiteful moves against the holy mosque and against both Islamic and Christian sacred sites in al-Quds and entire Palestine,” the statement added.

Hezbollah warned that such great disintegration by Zionist settlers towards al-Aqsa Mosque is a deliberate Israeli policy aimed at “destroying the symbolic value of the holy site and paving the way for total destruction of it.”

The statement also condemned the Arabs’ silence on such Israeli provocations is continuation of the normalization policy adopted by these regimes which are seeking alliance with the Zionist entity, according to recent press reports.

In this context, Hezbollah called for a clear stance from these repeated Israeli violations in light of the failure by Arab regimes and international community to stop such attacks.

2 thoughts on “Hezbollah Warns: Zionists Paving Way for Total Destruction of Al-Aqsa

  • June 8, 2016 at 7:57 am
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    On December 10, 2015, British veteran Jewish writer, actor and director Stevphen Berkoff, 78, penned an Op-Ed for Israel’s top British Hasbara organ, Jewish Chronicle, in which he slammed Israeli Jew extremists for the “most pointless bloodshed caused by their boneheaded desire to fulfill their need to shtup (Yidish for gross and selfish need) themselves into the Al-Aqsa Mosque area”.

    Berkoff said freedom to walk along Tel Aviv beach is what should be sacred to Israeli Jews. “We must not risk this for something so utterly trivial, so shallow, just to fulfill our nostalgic needs,” he said.

    He adds: “Why is there such an important need to step into the place where once the Jewish temples stood? It has gone, gone, over 2,000 years ago. Get over it!”

    Berkoff who has played parts of Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein, is no ‘self-hating’ Jew. In an earlier interview he gave to Jewish Chronicle in 2009, Berkoff claimed that Zionism is political wing of Judaism, and one cannot survive without the other. He also equated anti-Zionism with antisemitism. However, he said that he despised extremist leaders like Arial Sharon and Benjamin Netanyahu because they delegitimize Israel and make people hate Jews more.

    https://rehmat1.com/2015/12/11/stephen-berkoff-leave-al-aqsa-mosque-alone/

  • June 8, 2016 at 12:36 pm
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    For rehmat1:
    Al-Aqsa mosque was built during 693-705 CE by Umayyed Caliph Abdul Malik bin Marwan. The first monument built at Al-Haram Al-Shareef, however, was the Dome of the Rock which was built during 687-691 CE by the same Caliph. It is this rock from where the Prophet’s Muhammad’s Miraj happened in 621 CE. In other words, the Dome of the rock was first built 55 years after the Prophet’s death. Both Al-Aqsa and the Dome of the rock are holy sites. According to authentic traditions, the original Al-Aqsa mosque was the second mosque on earth, built 40 years after Masjid (Mosque) al-Haram in Makkah, by Adam (pbuh), and which was rebuilt by Abraham (pbuh), sometime c. 1975 BCE, . My comment is in reference to your article:

    https://rehmat1.com/2015/10/15/nyt-lies-about-al-aqsa-mosque/

    where 890 CE is quoted as the construction date, perhaps a typo.

    The reference for these dates is ‘Muslim History’ by A. Zahoor (2000).

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