Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday said that January 2, 2020, was a turning point in the region, and marks a new era not only for Iran but also for the entire region.

Hezbollah Chief’s words came in his address via a screen during the commemoration ceremony held by Hezbollah on Sunday at the Martyrs’ Complex in Beirut’s suburbs, coinciding with the funeral of Al-Quds Force Leader, Qassem Soleimani, and his comrades in the Iranian city of Mashhad.

The Hezbollah Secretary General mourned Soleimani, who was martyred in Iraq, paying condolences to the family of the martyr, indicating that he has achieved his personal goal and wish, which was “martyrdom.”

Nasrallah also offered condolences to the family of Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis on his martyrdom, disclosing he has visited Beirut’s suburbs three months ago and his long wish was “martyrdom.”

Nasrallah said that the assassination of Soleimani and Al Muhandis along with their companions in a brutal airstrike that targeted their convoy in Iraq was a clear and blatant crime, with US President Donald Trump giving the order for such an operation.

We are facing a clear crime rather than an ambiguous one, he corroborated.

Nasrallah also disclosed that several attempts were foiled in the past aimed at assassinating Hajj Soleimani.

The Hezbollah Secretary General also pointed out that Trump has failed to subjugate Iran, just as he has failed in Syria and Yemen, in addition to the Deal of the Century.

Nasrallah indicated that Trump’s project was to control oil fields in Iraq and to weaken its state. However, Daesh was defeated in Iraq thanks to the Iraqi position and the role of Soleimani, Al Muhandis and the Iraqi army in this regard, supported by religious references.

Source: National News Agency

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Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday said that January 2, 2020, was a turning point in the region, and marks a new era not only for Iran but also for the entire region.Hezbollah Chief's words came in his address via a screen during the commemoration ceremony held...