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Sayyed Nasrallah Salutes Umm Imad Mughniyeh (R.A.), Reminds Us That Women Are The Foundation Of Resistance

by Jonathan Azaziah

Of course Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah was going to speak about Umm Imad, Hajjeh Amina Salameh (R.A.), who passed away at the age of 80 just a few days ago. Of course it was going to be profound. And of course we were going to be moved by it like houses are moved by tornadoes. This was a big loss–in terms of the emotional impact, not the strategic or operational impact on the Mouqawamah itself–and one that is very close to the Hizbullah Secretary-General’s blessed and pristine heart. Sayyed Abou Hadi revealed that the Matriarch of Mouqawamah (R.A.) was key in establishing several think tanks and foundations affiliated with the Resistance from its earliest days and said that her house was more like Hizbullah’s House, especially after Hajj Redwan’s (R.A.) martyrdom as well as during sensitive periods in intelligence battles with the enemy.

He praised her strength, her steadfastness and her faith, pointing out that anyone who came in contact with her was touched by her seemingly unlimited Nour, and also noted that she was a true moujahida, playing a key role in aiding the Mouqawamah’s psychological warfare operations. The Mother of Martyrs (R.A.) was always present in the homes of the Shouhada, Nasrallah went on, and she gave hope to families in their darkest hours, consoling them, guiding them and providing them with the wisdom they needed to fight on. Continue reading Sayyed Nasrallah Salutes Umm Imad Mughniyeh (R.A.), Reminds Us That Women Are The Foundation Of Resistance