AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Bahraini Shia scholar Sayed Abdullah Al-Ghuraifi stressed that the "Al-Aqsa Flood" operation carried out by the Palestinian resistance "changed all readings and dropped normalization options," pointing out that "the forces supporting the occupation entity and betting on producing relations with it are living in a state of confusion."
Al-Ghuraifi addressed the mujahideen in Gaza, during his weekly Friday sermon at the Al-Imam Sadiq Mosque in Al-Gufoul, saying: "A nation that has heroes and makers of pride like you does not die."
"They said: Glory has died, and they said: Steadfastness has died, and they said: Jihad has died, redemption has died, pride has died and dignity had died, however, Al-Aqsa flood came and dropped all bets except that of pride, dignity, martyrdom and victory," he added, highlighting that" all calculations have changed, those of the Zionists, slackers, normalizers as well as the desperate."
He continued his speech addressing the mujahideen in Gaza, saying: "You changed all the equations, in a time of despair, weakness and bargaining, and thus all options fell, the options of bargaining, weakness and normalization, and the option of jihad, resistance, redemption, martyrdom and boycott remained."
Al-Ghuraifi expressed that "Al-Aqsa flood" changed all readings, readings of political, security, media, culture and economic nature, noting that "the usurping entity is living in confusion, and the forces supporting this entity are living in confusion, and those who bet on the production of relations live in confusion as well."
He once again addressed "the heroes of jihad in Gaza and throughout the occupied territories" by saying: "If we cannot shed blood that mixes with yours, and we cannot fight battles as you do, we can speak the word of truth, shout, demonstrate, support and boycott".
He went on to say if the crossings were opened, they would have encountered a march responding to the call in defense of Al-Aqsa, Al-Quds, Gaza "and of every inch of Palestine, and our children, our freedoms, pride, honor and dignity."