News ID: 13876
Publish Date: 16 February 2014 - 10:18
On Monday, February 17, 1992:
Navideshahed- Hojatoleslam Seyyed Abbas Mousavi, the Secretary General of Hezbollah and a member of the Supreme Council of the World Assembly of Ahl al-Bayt, was in his way home from martyrdom anniversary ceremony of Sheikh Raqib Harb, a combatant clergy of Southern Lebanon, which died a martyr in an Israeli air attack on Lebanon.

Hojatoleslam Seyyed Abbas Mousavi, the Secretary General of Hezbollah and a member of the Supreme Council of the World Assembly of Ahl al-Bayt, was in his way home from martyrdom anniversary ceremony of Sheikh Raqib Harb, a combatant clergy of Southern Lebanon, which died a martyr in an Israeli air attack on Lebanon. In this terrorist attack, some other companions of Seyyed Abbas Mousavi inclusive of his wife and child were martyred. This crime provoked a wave of anger and disgust against the Zionist regime among the Muslims of the world, but the Western pretenders of Human Rights not only did not condemn it but tried to justify this savage act of Israel with false propagations.
While Tel Aviv, by doing so, aimed to disrupt resistance and struggle of these warriors, but when Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah succeeded Seyyed Abbas Mousavi the struggle with usurper Zionist troops continued more strenuously till it led to their scandalous withdrawal from Southern Lebanon in May 2001.

Hojatoleslam Seyyed Abbas Mousavi, the Secretary General of Hezbollah and a member of the Supreme Council of the World Assembly of Ahl al-Bayt, was in his way home from martyrdom anniversary ceremony of Sheikh Raqib Harb, a combatant clergy of Southern Lebanon, which died a martyr in an Israeli air attack on Lebanon. In this terrorist attack, some other companions of Seyyed Abbas Mousavi inclusive of his wife and child were martyred. This crime provoked a wave of anger and disgust against the Zionist regime among the Muslims of the world, but the Western pretenders of Human Rights not only did not condemn it but tried to justify this savage act of Israel with false propagations. While Tel Aviv, by doing so, aimed to disrupt resistance and struggle of these warriors, but when Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah succeeded Seyyed Abbas Mousavi the struggle with usurper Zionist troops continued more strenuously till it led to their scandalous withdrawal from Southern Lebanon in May 2001.
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