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One Year After Hizbullah Commander Hajj Moustafa Badreddine’s Martyrdom, We Still Mourn His Death But Defiantly Celebrate His Achievements

by Jonathan Azaziah

A bolt from the blue. That’s what it was. We all felt it. Piercing our hearts like the knife of a cardiothoracic surgeon. Only in this instance, there was no anesthetic to numb the excruciating pain. It just penetrated our beings, deep and merciless, and filled us with a sadness so sudden and so severe that even attempting to catch our breaths would feel like death. On this day, one year ago, Hajj Moustafa “Sayyed Zulfiqar” Badreddine (R.A.), the Hizbullah Commander who constructed the Lebanese Islamic Resistance’s hybrid warfare doctrine alongside Hajj Imad Mughniyeh (R.A.), was martyred by Zionist-backed Takfiri terrorists in the Syrian capital of Damascus. The legendary moujahid, who had guided the Mouqawamah to every major victory it had ever achieved since its very inception, was a personality of such stature and uniqueness that his likes will never be seen again. Not in this epoch or the next. Not ever. He wasn’t a mere revolutionary but who revolutionaries model themselves on. He wasn’t just a struggler but who struggles are waged for and named after. Sayyed Zulfiqar, an angel who temporarily took human form, inflicted countless defeats on the usurping Zionist entity during his time on Earth and his departure back to his heavenly home has a left a void in our souls. The enemies of Islam hoped that his martyrdom would leave a void on the battlefield too. Unfortunately for these demons however, that just isn’t so. Continue reading One Year After Hizbullah Commander Hajj Moustafa Badreddine’s Martyrdom, We Still Mourn His Death But Defiantly Celebrate His Achievements