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RIP To The Prince of The Battlefield: Hizbullah Commander Khaled Bazzi Was Martyred By ‘Israel’ On This Day 12 Years Ago

by Jonathan Azaziah

Politically and Islamically, comparisons to royalty aren’t really ideal but Hizbullah Commander Al-Hajj Qassem Khaled Bazzi (R.A.) truly was the Prince of the Battlefield. Martyred on this day 12 years ago in an ‘Israeli’ drone strike in his hometown of Bint Jbeil at the height of one of the key battles of the July War, he was a fearsome warrior who exemplified all of the qualities we’ve come to know and love about the Lebanese Islamic Resistance and then some. Steadfast, committed, patriotic and Husseini with a brilliant military mind, Bazzi spearheaded the operation that saw two ‘Israeli’ occupiers captured and eight others sent to the hellfire just before the aggression began in Summer 2006. The bodies of two of those Zio-terrorists, Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev, were ultimately utilized by Hizbullah as bargaining chips to free Hizbullah Commander Samir Quntar (R.A.), monumental Hizbullah intelligence operative Nissim Nisr and hundreds of other Lebanese and Arab abductees in the epic prisoner exchange with ‘Israel’ in 2008. Speaking simply and directly, it was the hands of Bazzi who ripped off the shackles of the Dean of the Liberated Detainees From ‘Israeli’ Prisons (Quntar)–two years after his martyrdom like the Bint Jbeil native accomplished the feat from beyond this realm. Subhan’ALLAH. Continue reading RIP To The Prince of The Battlefield: Hizbullah Commander Khaled Bazzi Was Martyred By ‘Israel’ On This Day 12 Years Ago