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Today We Remember Sheikh Ragheb Harb and Sayyed Abbas Moussawi: Martyred Hizbullah Titans Who Paved The Way For Victories Over ‘Israel’

by Jonathan Azaziah

February 16th will forever live in sanctity and fury. For it is the day in which two of the most important and beloved figures in humanity’s struggle against World Zionism ascended to Jannah via martyrdom. You should know their blessed names but we will nevertheless speak them for posterity: Sheikh Ragheb Harb (R.A.), martyred in 1984, and Sayyed Abbas Moussawi (R.A.), martyred in 1992. Hizbullah commemorates their sacrifices and heroic lives every year (along with Hajj Imad Mughniyeh [R.A.]) at this time, in a ceremony known as Martyred Leaders’ Day, and what they represent for the Lebanese Islamic Resistance, its history, its foundation and its victories cannot be stated enough. Continue reading Today We Remember Sheikh Ragheb Harb and Sayyed Abbas Moussawi: Martyred Hizbullah Titans Who Paved The Way For Victories Over ‘Israel’