Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah delivered a televised speech Sunday in which he spoke about the unpublished characteristics and tasks of resistance commander Hatem Hmede – Hajj Alaa – who was martyred in Aleppo one week ago.
Speaking before a crowd of consolers who gathered in Qmatiyeh, the hometown of Hajj Alaa, Sayyed Nasrallah also tackled the Lebanese developments and assured that Loyalty to the Resistance Parliamentary bloc will be joining the Presidential elections session and will be voting for President Michel Aoun.
Sayyed Nasrallah indicated that Hajj Alaa began his resistance journey in the scouts while he was a devoted father in parallel. He studied electrical engineering in the Arabic University to join the resistance ranks immediately after completing it.
He added that Hajj Alaa was an air defense commander during July 2006 war, and has been in the battlefield defending Lebanon, Beqaa, Hermel, and Baalbeck since the Syrian crisis erupted.
Despite holding major and central tasks being one of the major and first leaders of the battle, Hajj Alaa chose to be in the battlefield, fighting among the resistance fighters and eliminating the threat on the Lebanese borders.
He was one of the major leaders of Qalamoun battle and he helped put end to booby-trapped cars there.
On this point, Sayyed Nasrallah stressed that the security we are living in now is not the outcome of agreements or mere prayers, but rather the outcome of the blood and sacrifices of the resistance and Army martyrs.
His eminence noted that Hajj Alaa was close to achieving a great victory in Aleppo before his martyrdom, after the battle there intensified due to the large number of militants that was dispatched into Syria through the Turkish borders. Moreover, he pointed out that the battle there is decisive as it will have military, field, strategic, and political repercussions.
In this context, Sayyed Nasrallah reiterated that Hezbollah went to Syria only after studying the threat of the terrorist groups there.
“It was not a battle for toppling the regime, but rather a battle that aimed at imposing demographic changes in the region… ISIL and Al-Nusra wanted to eliminate certain groups that have been in the region for centuries, not just the minorities, but even the Sunnis and anyone who opposed their project,” he said.
His eminence referred to the Yemen war, stating that “over 20 million people are besieged in Yemen and hundreds of martyrs fell lately in a funeral there and no one did anything about it… This is a war that has no rules… The entire world condemns ISIL and acknowledges its terrorism, and then Hilary Clinton confirms that Saudi Arabia and other countries back and fund ISIL, but does anyone prosecute that country which backs ISIL?”
Furthermore, he referred to the Mosul battle in Iraq and indicated that “Iraqis from various sects fought to liberate it from ISIL, and dozens or even hundreds were martyred on daily bases and after attaining victory, Turkey announced that Mosul was a Turkish territory and it wanted it back”.
After considering that Turkey would be doing the same after the battle in Aleppo is over, Sayyed Nasrallah pointed out that “unfortunately all this is happening under one name: Mohammad (PBUH)”.
“All this terrorism is happening under the name of Mohammad (pbuh)… this is the name on the center of their black flag, and this is not spontaneous it is rather planned because they want to throw this name, which shined with glory into this world, they want to throw it in the blackness and darkness of ISIL,” he said.
His eminence concluded this part of his speech by reassuring that Hezbollah will stay in Syria until it triumphs and everyone who bets on its defeat will lose hope.
Moving on to the Lebanese internal file, Sayyed Nasrallah assured that after Future Party Leader Saad Hariri named General Michel Aoun for presidency, the elections can take place on time. He also noted that “despite President Hariri’s escalating speech against us, we will stay positive and everything could be solved through dialogue… all we aim for is achieving presidential elections and keeping this country secure and coherent.”
Hezbollah secretary general stressed that “no one wants corruption or civil war and referring such words to Amal movement is not true and Amal movement denied it.”
He further emphasized that the relationship between Hezbollah and Amal was far too strong and deep to be influenced by such fabrications.
In conclusion, his eminence stated that the entire Loyalty to the Resistance Parliamentary bloc will attend the coming parliamentary session and will elect General Michel Aoun for presidency and that will be in agreement with Amal movement.
As he reassured Hezbollah’s faithfulness and loyalty to all its allies, Sayyed Nasrallah indicated that the resistance would not impose anything on its allies, and it respects their different approaches.
He further addressed the Free Patriotic Movement supporters saying: “As a faithful friend, I ask you not to be dragged into incitements especially on social media and don’t respond to attempts to disfigure the relationship between us.”
Source: Al-Manar Website