Trump’s Quds Move Beginning of Zionist Regime’s End

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Trump’s Quds Move Beginning of Zionist Regime’s End

The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement said the recent decision by US President Donald Trump to formally recognize Quds (Jerusalem) as the capital of Israel will be the beginning of the end of the Zionist regime.

Addressing the Lebanese people from Dahieh neighborhood of the Lebanese capital, Beirut, on Monday, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah underlined that Quds is the everlasting capital of Palestine and Muslims will not abandon it.

“God willing, the decision by Trump will be the beginning of the end of Israel,” he added.

“We in Lebanon have always remained and will continue to remain on the side of Palestine.”

He also referred to massive rallies held to oppose Trump’s decision, thanking all those who took part in them to show their loyalty to the resistance.

“All positions taken on Trump’s Quds decision were negative. We appreciate all those countries, nations and freedom seekers, who opposed Trump’s announcement of Quds as the capital of Israel.

“Trump believed that after announcement of his decision on Quds, the entire world would stand in line to follow suit, but all reactions from across the world, including European, Asian and American countries were the opposite of what he expected.”

As a result of these reactions, Nasrallah said, Trump and the White House have become more isolated among world nations.

Nasrallah also pointed to a recent trip to Israel by a Bahraini delegation, stressing that the delegation represented the oppressive regime of Manama and had nothing to do with the people of Bahrain or its scholars.

He also thanked two nations which had stood by resistance in voicing their opposition to Trump’s decision despite huge threats they were facing, noting that those two nations were Yemenis and the Palestinian people.

The Hezbollah leader also praised the unity of Lebanon’s people over the cause of Palestinian and the cause of Quds.

Nasrallah also pointed to a recent meeting by the Arab League in Egypt’s capital Cairo, noting that special statements by the Lebanese and Iraqi delegates to the Arab League were a “cause of pride for us.”

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