No Arab Deserves Title Of King But Sayyed Nasrallah and Sayyed Nasrallah Alone

by Jonathan Azaziah

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is the apple of Arabs’ eyes; the light of our lives; the fierce adoration of our warrior hearts; the gleam of our souls and the voice of Haqq that stands out as perspicuously in a cacophony of collaborators and cutthroats as a songbird in a sky full of vultures. And today, as he delivered another stentorian speech that rocked the enemy and its servants down to their corrupted DNA, honoring fallen Hizbullah Commander Hajj Isma’il “Abou Khalil” Zahri (R.A.), exposing Saudi Arabia’s ongoing normalization with the genocidal Zionist entity and its savage massacre of Yemenis in the village of Sarari among other global atrocities, saluting martyred Palestinian superhero Muhammad Fakih (R.A.) of the Qassam Brigades and declaring that Imperialist dreams have been buried in Syria’s Aleppo after recent Resistance Axis victories, we are yet again reminded of the Hizbullah Secretary-General’s unmatched ability to inspire and prepare us for the next phase of our struggle. If there was any Arab that deserved the title of King, Emir, Sultan, Prince, Royal and Sheikh of Sheikhs, it is Sayyed Abou Hadi and Sayyed Abou Hadi alone.

For if a king is supposed to exemplify grace and majesty, Al-Saud does no such thing, but Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah does. And if an emir is meant to raise his people up to greatness in the face of oppression, Al-Nahyan and Al-Maktoum of the UAE most certainly do no such thing, but Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah does. If a sultan is supposed to represent the pinnacle of dignity and nobility, Qaboos of Oman damn sure does no such thing, but Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah damn sure does. If a royal is supposed to personify courage and strike fear in the hearts of the Zionist cancer putrefying our region, Al-Khalifa of Bahrain absolutely does no such thing, but Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah absolutely does. If a prince is meant to embody spiritual and moral loftiness, Al-Sabah of Kuwait does no such thing, but Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah does. And if the Sheikh of Sheikhs is supposed to do everything in his power to confront the enemy and prevail, “Sheikh” al-Thani of Qatar does no such thing, but Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah definitely, unquestionably does.

Indeed, if there was any Arab that deserved the title of King, Emir, Sultan, Prince, Royal and Sheikh of Sheikhs, it is Sayyed Abou Hadi and Sayyed Abou Hadi alone. But such titles and crowns aren’t needed as far as we are concerned, for Resistance is sufficient for us. Resistance is our kingdom and we will defend it not only until every drop of blood departs from our veins, but even after that as we keep on fighting in spirit. And upon that Throne of Mouqawamah sits one and only one sovereign: Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. We await his call to engage in battle–both literally and digitally–on bended knee, always. No GCC tyrant or any other Zionist marionette could ever even imagine such love, loyalty and commitment. ‪#‎LabaykahYaNasrallah‬ ‪#‎LongLiveHizbullah‬

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