Tuesday, 11 October 2016
Hezbollah Hails Heroic Operation in Al-Quds
Hezbollah hailed on Monday the heroic operation that was carried out by martyr Misbah Abu Sbeih in Al-Quds city and left and a number of Zionist soldiers killed or injured.
In a statement, Hezbollah considered that the operation dealt a major blow to the Zionist occupation by striking one of the most fortified areas in al-Quds (Jerusalem) and killing elite Zionist security troops.
“This indicates that the executives are aware, accurate and deeply knowledgeable about the processes through which they can shake the Israeli security.”
Stressing that the operation shows that the Palestinians do not compromise defending Al-Quds and sacrifice everything to liberate the entire Palestinian territories, Hezbollah called on the whole nation to abide by the martyr’s will which urges them to protect Al-Aqsa mosque from the Zionist aggression.
The party also congratulated the martyr’s family on his heroic operation, urging the Arabs and Palestinians to support the resistance and to defend the martyr’s daughter against the Zionist occupation authorities that arrested her over her stances in which she expressed her pride in the operation.
Source: Hezbollah Media Relations
A Palestinian man was martyred on Sunday morning, after he carried out a heroic drive-by shooting operation in the Sheikh Jarrah street in occupied Al-Quds (Jerusalem), killing two Israelis and injuring others.
Zionist sources said a Palestinian youth was shot dead while speeding towards a number of settlers in the Sheikh Jarrah area, killing two Israelis and wounding five others. Israeli occupation forces then fired at the Palestinian youth, which led to his martyrdom.
Israeli media earlier announced that eightIsraelis were injured in Al-Quds operation, two of which are members of the Israeli police Special Unit.
Palestinian media identified the man as Misbah Abu Sbeih and said he was due to begin a four-month prison term on Sunday for attacking an Israeli police officer in 2013.
The reports said Abu Sbeih was a well-known figure at Al-Aqsa mosque and was banned from entering for several months. In his last public Facebook post on October 7, Abu Sbeih wrote about his longing for the holy site and said “Al-Aqsa is a responsibility you have been entrusted with”.
A spokesman for Palestinian resistance movement Hamas welcomed the attack. Fawzi Barhoum called it “a natural reaction to the crimes and violations of the occupation against our people”.
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