Mehr News – Touching upon the US President Trump decision to move US embassy to al-Quds, the secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement said Trum’s decision made the US isolated.
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement, opened his address on the recent decision of US President Donald Trump on moving the US embassy to al-Quds from Dahieh neighborhood of the Lebanese capital, Beirut, on Monday, speaking to massive rallies held to oppose Trump’s decision, thanking all those who took part in it to show their loyalty to the resistance.
“The dream of Palestinians in exodus to return to their motherland will come true in the near future, God willingly,” asserted the Lebanese politician at the start of his address. Mr. Nasrallah reiterated that the Lebanese hold a great deal of respect to those Palestinians who defend sanctities.
“Trump is alone in his decision about al-Quds, and except for the Zionist regime, no-one else accompanies him,” underlined Mr. Nasrallah, slamming Trump order to move US embassy to al-Quds. The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement says the recent decision by US President Donald Trump has made the United States and White House isolated in the world.
he said, “All positions taken on Trump’s al-Quds decision were negative. We appreciate all those countries, nations and freedom seekers, who opposed Trump’s announcement of Jerusalem al-Quds as capital of Israel.”
He also thanked Yemenis and palestinian nations which had stood by resistance in voicing their opposition to Trump’s decision despite huge threats they were facing. The Hezbollah leader also praised the unity of Lebanon’s people over the cause of Palestinian and the cause of Jerusalem al-Quds.
Referring to recent statements of lebanese and Iraqi delegations in Arab League meeting on the issue in Egypt’s capital Cairo, Nasrallah called their statments as “cause of pride.”