Press Shia Agency – The director of Sidon’s Imam al-Sadiq Seminary stressed that any negotiations with the Zionist regime are forbidden and emphasized on armed struggle against these enemies.
Press Shia Agency – A delegation from the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine led by Khaled Younis met with Ayatollah Afif al-Nablusi, the director of the Imam al-Sadiq Seminary and the Friday prayer leader of the southern Lebanese city of Sidon.
Ayatollah al-Nablusi referred to the news that the Palestinian Central Council (PCC), which met in Ramallah over two days, decided on October 29th to end all of the commitments in the agreements that the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) had signed with Israel, suspend recognition of Israel until it recognizes the State of Palestine, end security coordination and end the Paris Economic Protocols.
The revered Lebanese Shi’ah cleric condemned any kind of relationship and agreement with the Zionist regime to failure and said, “This means that all the paths of settlement and negotiation have reached a dead end. The people of Palestine must know that negotiations, peace and recognition of the Zionist regime are forbidden.”
His Eminence added that those who have embarked the path of negotiation and agreement with the Zionist regime must repent of their actions and set out on the path of truth and God Almighty.
Ayatollah al-Nablusi considered the Palestinian people as facing great challenges and dangers and said, “The Palestinians must be aware of the dangers that threaten them. What is needed is unity and attention to the magnitude of the dangers and thus, it is not permissible to fight each other in any way but to only direct the gun to the Israeli enemies.”
He emphasized upon armed struggle with the Zionist regime and said, “There is no greater priority than resistance for the Palestinian people.”
The members of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine also presented a report about the latest developments occurring in Palestine to Ayatollah al-Nablusi, especially the ceasefire agreement in the al-Miyeh wa Miyeh refugee camp in Lebanon.
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