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Al-Quds Day become more sensitive than in ‎previous years: Ayatollah Nouri Hamadani

In a message emphasizing the importance of the passionate presence of the Islamic ‎ummah during the marches on International al-Quds Day, Grand Ayatollah Hoseyn Nouri-‎Hamadani said, “This year, International al-Quds Day become more sensitive than in ‎previous years.”‎

The revered source of emulation added, “Muslims of the world must participate in the ‎marches with greater magnificence, strength and sociality.”‎
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He stated that the United States is the leader of the arrogant powers of the world and in ‎addition to giving al-Quds (Jersualem) to the Zionist regime, it seeks to divide the land of ‎Palestine.‎
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Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani ‎ continued, “The United States wants to strengthen the status of ‎the cancerous Zionist regime.”‎
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The prominent teacher in the Islamic Seminary of Qom said that the Zionist regime was ‎moving in a passive manner and stressed, “In all analyses, the Zionists have been weakened ‎and the Muslims of the world must declare that the fall of Israel is near and must fight ‎against this cancerous tumour in a serious manner.”‎
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He said, “The Islamic ummah must attend the International al-Quds Day marches in a ‎glorious and magnificent manner and demonstrate their hatred of the United States and ‎Zionists.”‎
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Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani ‎emphasized, “Muslims are confident that Israel is facing its last ‎days and taking its last breaths. Therefore, we must come to the battlefield with great ‎power and show the power of Islam to the whole world.”‎
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His Eminence expressed hope that this year will be the year of the fall and destruction of the ‎Zionist regime.‎

International al-Quds is an annual event held on the last Friday of the holy month of ‎Ramadhan that was initiated by the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979 to express support for ‎the Palestinians and oppose Zionism and Israel.‎

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