“Al-Quds Alliance... here we are”: Al Mayadeen’s riveting coverage in 7 countries
Al Mayadeen's in-depth coverage will stretch from Beirut, Gaza, Damascus, Baghdad, Tehran, Sana'a, and Tunisia, as well as Europe and Latin America, coinciding with the victory of “Saif al-Quds Battle "and the memorial of the 2006 July conflict.
On the first of July, Al Mayadeen TV chose to launch a comprehensive and expanded coverage under the title "Al-Quds Alliance ...Here We Are." The special coverage will continue until the 12th of July, which coincides with the 15th anniversary of the July 2006 war, a war fought by the Lebanese resistance against the Israeli occupation forces and won.
The network's riveting coverage of the July war in 2006 will be provided from several countries concurrently, including capitals and cities, which are considered at the center of the axis of resistance. Some of them have declared that they will be part of any upcoming war or regional confrontation in defense of Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem).
It's worth noting that the anniversary of the July 2006 war falls this year on the same day as the victory of the "Battle of Seif Al-Quds" and the epics it penned in occupied Palestine.
We cannot talk about the victory in the "Battle of Seif Al-Quds" without mentioning the victory in July 2006 war. After the defeat of the Israeli occupation in 2000, the victory in 2006 marked the beginning of the Israeli setback in its conflict with the resistance.
Furthermore, the latest victory in Palestine ushered a new era in the conflict with "Israel," one in which the Palestinian resistance established new rules that made Gaza a pillar of Al-Quds, the occupied territories in Palestine a pillar of Gaza, and the West Bank a pillar of “Sheikh Jarrah" neighborhood. Palestine was the epic, with all that the word implies.
Since the July war, Lebanon, the region, and the world have witnessed significant events, perilous entitlements, and potentially significant developments. We are talking about the war on Syria, historical moments that shaped the decade 2010-2020, Iraqi resistance and the US occupation; ISIS in the region; and the return of US soldiers as a pretext.
We are talking about the Saudi-led coalition's war against Yemen. We are talking about the Yemenis' persistence and how they went from defending themselves and responding to attacks to taking the initiative and declaring their desire for freedom.
Furthermore, we are talking about Hezbollah, and its spearheaded battles to reclaim territory taken by ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra in Lebanon and Syria. We are talking about the growth of violent religious extremism and takfiri groups, which have become pervasive and destructive.
We are talking about a renowned, political, and media division in our region that has never been seen before. We are also talking about the expanding chasm in our Arab countries between the options of resistance and a genuine revolution, not a phony one, and internal catastrophe, but the alternative of normalization and the grim trade-off with "Israel" under various slogans.
As a result of the preceding, the nation was forced to choose between two major strategic options, resulting in the formation of two axes on the ground: the axis of normalization and subordination, and the axis of comprehensive resistance, with its compass pointing to Al-Quds and the liberation of Palestine. As a result, states, ruling regimes, factions, political currents, and media outlets are all represented on one of the two axes.
Besides, the essential aspect of the most recent "Battle of Seif Al-Quds" is that multiple factors combined to make it a significant and thorough battle, into which 48 Palestinians joined with power and bravery. They broke the wall of silence and declared what was called "Al-Quds Intifada."
Al-Quds and its residents, as well as the 48 Palestinians, merged the entire nation. They backed Gaza and its people and the rising and inflamed West Bank as well.
The Palestinians abroad participated, with remarkable effectiveness, and moved people wherever they were. Meanwhile, the axis of resistance forces in Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Iran, and other countries and free people worldwide all joined forces with Palestinian resistance and lined up behind it.
As a result of what has been said, we are talking about the axis of resistance, which repels, endures, advocates for, and wins. However, the "Battle of Saif al-Quds "success paved the way for something bigger than the axis of resistance, with its well-known soldiery and nations. Since, we are in the midst of an alliance formation," Al Mayadeen Channel" decided to call it “Al-Quds Alliance”.
Al Mayadeen Channel chose to air its coverage in various studios located in Southern Lebanon, Gaza, Damascus, Baghdad, Tehran, Sana'a, and Tunisia. Activists in Europe, the United States, Latin America, East Asia, and Africa will also join Al Mayadeen in its special coverage.
Al Mayadeen's Coverage will be delivered in two-hour daily episodes from all the capitals and cities mentioned before. We will also include political, military, media, and cultural events, hosting a diverse range of personalities, political leaders and writers, media experts, poets, passionate artists, activists, Palestinian and Arab youth, and many others from around the world.
"Al-Quds Alliance... Here We Are," voices Al Mayadeen's Coverage, giving Palestine what it deserves.