Simply Beautiful: Imam Khamenei Meets With Hizbullah Veterans Disabled In The 2006 July War

by Jonathan Azaziah

This one is a waterworks-bringer. Pictured here is Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Revolution, with several disabled veterans of Hizbullah who lost their ability to walk (and in one moujahid’s case, his very limbs) in the fight against ‘Israel’ 12 years ago. The Imam met with these heroic individuals two weeks ago to commemorate the 2006 July War which culminated in Hizbullah’s Divine Victory over Empire Judaica. Between Khamenei’s smile and the Mouqawamah fighters’ sheer humbleness just to be in his presence, there’s so much Nour here that it can burn through the strongest sunglasses and take one’s eyes with it. What these legendary blessings–yes, that is what they are, living, breathing blessings–sacrificed wasn’t merely for Lebanon’s south. It was not just for the Shi’a. Nor the Sunnis. Nor the Christians. Nor the Druze. Nor the rest of Lebanon. Nor all of Bilad al-Sham. Nor the Resistance itself and the Axis it is the bright and beating heart of. Nor even our entire region either. No. What these Hizbullahis gave up is E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G for E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E. Continue reading Simply Beautiful: Imam Khamenei Meets With Hizbullah Veterans Disabled In The 2006 July War