Iraqi forces on Al-Quds Day: We stand with the resistance in Palestine
On International Al-Quds Day, Iraqi forces praise the Axis of Resistance and announce their solidarity with it and Palestine.
The Deputy Secretary-General of the Iraqi Nujaba Movement, Nasr Al-Shammari, confirmed that the Axis of Resistance is in its best condition.
On the occasion of International Al-Quds Day, Al-Shammari considered in an interview for Al Mayadeen today, on Friday, that the road to Al-Quds is not furnished with roses, but is rather loaded with pressures, challenges, and sacrifices.
He stressed that the Iraqi people see the issue of Al-Quds as the core of the struggle, considering that the American pressure is futile.
In the same context, the Vice-President of the Mohammedi Rabat Council, Sheikh Mohammad Al-Nouri, said that Iraqis chose unity over sedition, stressing that the next victory would be for Al-Quds and its downtrodden people.
Likewise, the Secretary-General of the Master of Martyrs Battalions (Kata'ib Sayyid al-Shuhada') Abu Ala' Al-Wala'i, wished to face the occupation alongside the resistance fighters in Palestine.
Under the title "Al-Quds is the epicenter," several Arab countries revived International Al-Quds Day, which falls on Friday, through popular rallies in many countries in solidarity with Palestine, its cause, and its Resistance.
Today, Iranian leader Ali Khamenei praised the Palestinians' movement, and spoke of a "new balance of power in the region."
On their part, the Palestinian factions affirmed that Al-Quds will remain at the heart of the struggle with the enemy, and the crimes of the occupation will not succeed in implementing "the plans of Judaization, desecration, and division."
The Yemeni capital, Sanaa, hosted a major march to commemorate International Al-Quds Day, and the demonstrators gathered in a spacious square north of the capital, Sanaa, and 13 other governorates.