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Sayyed Nasrallah lauds martyr Gen. Zahedi for assisting resistance

The secretary-general of Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has praised the martyred Iranian general Mohammadreza Zahedi for his role in the growth of the Resistance forces in the region.

Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hasan Nasrallah delivered a televised speech at the International Al-Quds Day ceremony in Beirut on Friday.

At the start of his speech, he lauded martyrs who fell all the way to Al-Quds on all fronts across Palestine, Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Iran and Iraq.

Nasrallah offered condolences over the martyrdom of top IRGC generals who were martyred earlier this week in the Israeli aggression on Iranian consulate in Syria’s Damascus.

“Top IRGC general Mohammad Reza Zahedi had favor upon Hezbollah as he contributed to the development of resistance in Lebanon,” Hezbollah secretary general said.

“Imam Khomenini’s stance towards Al-Quds was clear and firm,” he added about late Iranian founder of the Islamic Revolution who named the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan each year the Quds Day.

‘Iran’s stance regarding Al-Quds and Palestine is one of the prominent causes behind the wars which were waged against the Islamic Republic,” he said.

“The Islamic Republic offered enormous sacrifices on economic, political and security levels over its stance regarding Palestine,” he added.

“The US has repeatedly voiced desire to hold talks with Iran but the Islamic Republic was reluctant,” Nasrallah said, adding that “Iran has not compromised, nor will it in the future on the regional issues.”

“Some are in denial about the fact that ‘Israel’ has been defeated,” Hezbollah’s chief said.

“Relations with Iran is a source of pride, those who must feel ashamed are those who seek to normalize ties with ‘Israel’,” he continued.

“International Al-Quds Day is different this year as it comes six months after Operation Al-Aqsa Storm,” launched by Hamas and the other Palestinian Resistance groups.

“Operation Al-Aqsa Storm is a historical event that has posed great threat to the survival of the Zionist entity,” he continued.

“Six months following the war, Netanyahu, Gallant and other Israeli officials are still out of their mind,” he added.

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