“To America, you are slaves to them for money, oil and gas however, we, the party of Wilayat al-Fakih (Guardianship by the Jurist), are masters in our Supreme leader’s eyes.”
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah appeared in person at the end of Ashura procession in Beirut’s Dahiyeh on Saturday vowing to win the battle against Israel, the US, Takfiris and Al Saud, reminding them that ‘we are the supporters of Imam Hussein, we are the people of Jihad and resistance.’
“We will never be humiliated; we are the people of Jihad and resistance. We won’t be moved by Israeli or Takfiri threats. We’ll work day and night for the dignity of all our people,” Sayyed Nasrallah said on Ashura Day, paying condolences to all people on the martyrdom of Imam Hussein saying: We’ll keep on crying blood for Imam Hussein instead of tears.
His eminence reiterated support to the Palestinian cause, saying: “On behalf of the crowds we renew our support to the Palestinian people in their resistance and uprising, and we call upon all the free world to support the Palestinian people in their defending of the holy sites and legitimate rights.”
Sayyed Nasrallah saluted all martyrs’ families, wounded fighters and all supporters who never let the resistance down. He also saluted the steadfastness, loyalty, bravery.. of the resistance fighters who are sacrificing their selves for this path.
The Secretary-General vowed the continuation of Jihad against the US-led war, adding that neither [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu nor his ancestors would prevent the resistance from getting weapons to counter any crap out of ‘Israel .‘
“We will continue our jihad in the face of the Takfiri project and we will defeat them as we defeated Israel,” Sayyed Nasrallah said.
Concerning the Iraqi issue, Sayyed Nasrallah called on Iraqis not to bet on the Americans or any other deceiver in this world, saying, “We look forward to the victory of the Iraqi people against ISIL. We urge them not to bet on the US or the West. You have the enough courage to win against them all in the name of Imam Hussein (AS).”
On the Saudi tyranny, Sayyed Nasrallah condemned the violations committed by Saudi Arabia against sanctities in Yemen, and the massacres committed by the Al Saud in front of all the world.
He also condemned Riyadh’s suppression of the resolute, patient people of Bahrain who are insisting on achieving their rights in freedom, sovereignty and dignity, no matter how much repression and terrorism they are getting. Sayyed Nasrallah called for an investigation into the horrible massacre of Mina and not to forget this great tragedy that happened because of the negligence of the Saudi regime.
Sayyed Nasrallah addressed local Lebanese issues, calling on the political parties to find solutions to the country's crises and not to wait for regional developments. “All political forces should cooperate to find a solution to the lingering crises, away from obstinacy. We need to deal in a serious manner with the dialogue because we have no other alternative,” he said.
“You’ve waited for the finalization of Iran's nuclear agreement thinking that Iran will abandon us in the end, but it has not. You waited for the defeat of the Syrian government but it didn't and will not”.
“You are wasting time by trading blames and accusations over the obstruction of presidential elections. They accuse us of impeding the elections by boycotting it and we blame them for obstructing the election of a strong head of state. Let us put this dispute aside and engage in real dialogue,” His eminence said, adding: “We, in Lebanon, are the decision makers, we elect and choose our own electoral law, no one can impose anything on us.”
Addressing instigators he said: “to America, you are slaves to them for money, oil and gas; however, we, the party of Wilayat al-Fakih (the Guardianship by the Jurist), are masters in our Supreme leader's eyes.”
On Friday night, Sayyed Nasrallah also appeared personally at the Sayyed Shuhadaa complex in Beirut's Dahiyeh and tackled several political issues and developments.