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Sayyed Nasrallah Thanks Lebanese Health Ministry, Medical Crews for Battling Coronavirus

Sayyed Nasrallah Thanks Lebanese Health Ministry, Medical Crews for Battling Coronavirus
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Zeinab Essa

Beirut-Hezbollah Secretary General Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah thanked all the Lebanese state officials, the concerned ministries and all the people who are in Lebanon fighting the battle against the Coronavirus pandemic that is threatening the lives of everyone.

During his speech on the occasion of Sha’ban15, Sayyed Nasrallah thanked the Ministry of Health and the Medical crews working to face this epidemic for the safety of the Lebanese.

In parallel, His Eminence indicated that he had received "several messages from Muslim doctors and other medical personnel, who resemble what the resistance men said in their message during the July 2006 aggression.”

Hezbollah Secretary-General addressed the medical staff by saying “I received your letter and heard your statement and you are after God the hope.”

On the same level, he reiterated his call for sticking to safety measures and social distancing. 

His Eminence further added “Let me address the brothers and sisters in Imam Mahdi’s Scout Association of Imam Mahdi, both young and old, because this day, 15 of Sha`ban, the day of Imam’s birth,is the day of their establishment.”

On another level, Sayyed Nasrallah recalled the martyrdom anniversary of Sayyed Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr and his sister, on the ninth of April. “Sayyed Mohammad Baqir Al-Sadr is an Islamic philosopher and a religious cleric who is known for being genius,” he confirmed.

Regarding the furture of the apartheid "Israeli" entity, Sayyed Nasrallah underscored that "God willing, the presence of the usurping “Israeli” entity will not complete the eighty years."

"At the time being, there exists a usurping entity in the occupied Palestine, which is worried about sustaining its political existence,” His Eminence added, noting that ""It fears it may not live beyond 80 years."

 

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