Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei described the battle against the Zionist regime as a “sacred” one and a collective responsibility of the entire Muslim world, recommending efforts to diversify the continued fight against Tel Aviv.
In a message to the 2nd international conference of resistance scholars, held in Beirut, Ayatollah Khamenei asserted that the “heavy responsibility” to support Palestine lies with the entire Islamic world.
Ayatollah Khamenei noted that the political, religious and academic elite as well as the leaders of Muslim countries shoulder a greater part of this responsibility, giving assurances that the resistance campaign against the Israeli regime will “definitely” succeed.
“Without a doubt, scholarly elites, clerics and politicians, as well as the officials of Muslim countries carry the heavier part of this responsibility; this is a sacred and well-ending Resistance. The Divine promise guarantees definite victory of the resistance,” the Leader said.
Describing the battle against Israel as a “holy” fight with a fortunate outcome, Imam Khamenei said Almighty God has pledged a definite victory in this battle.
“Your congress today represents part of this vast, public movement. May God help you succeed on this path. I recommend all individuals, who feel the importance of this great responsibility, to continue different methods of fighting against the usurper Zionist Regime.”
The union convened a conference in the Lebanese capital city of Beirut on Wednesday, focusing on the issue of Palestine.
According to Chairman of the International Union of Resistance Scholars, Sheikh Maher Hamoud, more than 200 scholars from over 80 countries have taken part in the two-day event in Beirut to discuss ways to support Palestinians across the world and stand against Israel’s occupation and atrocities.
“True Promise: Palestine between Balfour Declaration and Divine Promise” is the theme of the conference.
The first international conference of resistance scholars was held in Lebanon in May 2016.
Source: Press TV