The world is changing fast. This can be witnessed in the new alliances that are emerging to challenge US hegemony.
While there is marked increase in threats from the US and Zionist Israel against Islamic Iran and Hizbullah, should either of the aggressors blunder into launching an attack, they will find the outcome very grim for them.
In the confessional ridden political set-up in Lebanon, the Hizbullah-led alliance still emerged on top despite US, Zionist and Saudi manipulation and disruption.
The people of Lebanon voted for stability and security in the parliamentary elections giving the Hizbullah-led alliance a comfortable majority with 67 out of 128 seats.
Hizbullah has shown how to resist the Zionists and defeat them at their own game. The colonial order imposed on the Middle East is being successfully challenged and defeated.
There is growing realization among officials of the colonial settler entity, Zionist Israel, that Hizbullah is a formidable force and taking it on militarily would be suicidal.
Both as a result of its defensive capabilities in the Zionist-imposed war of July 2006 and more recently following its battlefield experiences in Syria, Hizbullah has become a formidable force in the Muslim East. Zionist Israel knows this and is worried.
Since its illegal creation, Zionist Israel’s fundamental policy has been to instill fear in the Palestinians and Arabs. This was predicated on Israel’s military might. Thanks to Hizbullah’s resistance, this policy has been made redundant.
Mosul’s liberation from the clutches of the takfiri terrorists was announced on July 10. Next day, Hizbullah leader, Shaykh Sayed Hassan Nasrallah addressed the issue. Below is the transcript of his speech.
The Saudis first launched their sectarian crusade against the Islamic Republic of Iran, now they have gone after Qatar, a fellow Wahhabi bastion. Their quarrel is pathetic and childish and aims to protect Zionist Israel.
The Saudi-led siege of Qatar has little to do with Doha’s alleged misconduct; it is more about serving the Zionist State of Israel.
There is a convergence of interests between Zionism and Islamophobia. The Zionists are behind the hysterical campaign against Muslims.
Turkey’s stubborn President Recep Tayip Erdogan has been forced to change his stand on Syria and has stopped the ludicrous demand that President Asad must go.
While the Syrian government and army can rightly claim credit for the liberation of Aleppo, it did not come about without the sacrifices of Hizbullah and Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.
Didn’t the Western rulers and their media tell us that they are opposed to the takfiri terrorists? So why are they so grief-stricken at the terrorists’ defeat in Aleppo?
Lebanon finally has a president in 29 months. Saad Hariri, a former prime minister, had to submit to ground realities by accepting the choice of Hizbullah, his political rivals, for president.
Through massive propaganda, Muslims are led to believe that there deep differences between Shias and Sunnis. To advance this agenda, crises are deliberately engineered that lead to bloodshed.3
This is the second part of Zafar Bangash’s article on “change”; the first part was published in the October 2016 issue of Crescent International, concluding with outlining some of the qualities of muttaqi leadership.3
The months of August and September highlight two anniversaries: the first, Hizbullah’s valiant resistance to Zionist aggression against Lebanon in 2006 and the second Islamic Iran’s eight year long epic defence of the Islamic State against the combined might of kufr emanating through Ba‘thist Iraq.
Letter-writer Zainab Abu Zahra enjoyed our report of Mleeta, Hizbullah’s museum in South Lebanon that she had also visited and found inspirational.