Earlier this week, Hezbollah’s Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah declared August 28 as the date of Lebanon’s “second liberation” following the complete withdrawal of ISIS terrorists from Lebanese territory. In 2006, the Lebanese resistance movement also liberated the country form Israeli occupation.
“From the wounded land of Bahrain and from the middle of the bloody Persian Gulf , we send a greeting of pride to the resistance men of God and to the master of victory, the leader of the Mujahideen, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah,” a statement issued by the Bahraini scholars read.
The Bahraini clerics also praised the resistance movement and its leader for “raising the head of every honorable person who belongs to the Islamic nation”.
“The artificial entities and unjust regimes that do not belong to the land or to humanity will perish, no matter how hard the global arrogance tries to implant it through force, money and weapons,” the statement adds.