Publish dateSaturday 15 June 2024 - 15:11
Story Code : 292044
Qassam: The resistance fights on behalf of the Islamic Ummah
In a message to the pilgrims of Baitullah today (Saturday, June 15), Abu Obeidah, the spokesman of Al-Qassam Kandaks, the military branch of the Hamas movement, said that in the situation where the guests of Rahman are performing the Hajj, we, on behalf of the great nation of Islam, wage jihad against the enemies of God and the usurping invaders.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Abu Ubaidah, the spokesman of Al-Qassam factions of the Hamas movement, said today (Saturday, 26th of Gemini) in a message to the pilgrims of Baitullah that in the situation where Dhiufur Rahman is performing the Hajj, we are on behalf of the great Ummah. Islam fights with the enemies of God and the usurping invaders.

The spokesman of Al-Qassam wells added that the Al-Aqsa storm started for the protection of the Third Holy Shrine (Bait al-Maqdis) and the Hajj rituals are an opportunity to remind the one billion Muslim nation of the reality of the resistance conflict with the Zionist enemy. An enemy who desecrates and corrupts the Ascension of the Prophet (PBUH) and continues to Judaize it every day.

On the eve of Eid al-Adha, more than one and a half million pilgrims to the Kabba, after spending the night in Mina, left for Arafat to perform the main pillar of Hajj.

The big difference between this year's Hajj and the previous years is that the pilgrims visit the house of God this year while the Islamic Ummah is grieving for the great tragedy that the Palestinian people have suffered in the Gaza Strip under the shadow of the brutal war of the Zionist enemy.

Based on this, calls have been issued in the Gaza Strip, in which the pilgrims of the House of God have been asked to perform Umrah on behalf of the Palestinian martyrs and remember these martyrs.

The Ministry of Public Health of Gaza announced yesterday that the number of martyrs in Gaza has reached 37,266 and the number of injured has reached 85,102 since October 7.

The Palestinian Ministry of Public Health in Gaza added that more than 10,000 people are still missing and under the rubble.
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