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Factors Strengthening Position of Resistance among Regional Nations

Factors Strengthening Position of Resistance among Regional Nations

The recent speeches delivered by Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary-General of Hezbollah in Lebanon, and Sayyed Abdul Malik Badruddin al-Houthi, the leader of Yemen’s Ansarollah, once again drew attention to the importance of the issue of resistance.

NOURNEWS - In analyzing the concept of resistance, either in the world literature or in the Islamic and regional literature, three main axes can be considered; the first step in the terminology of resistance, which is always referred to as the fire preparation in the military literature, is poetry, music and novels, which paves the way for the other two movements of the resistance. Without relying on the resistance literature, it is not possible to move the faith consciousness of the resistance among the oppressed nations, and this is the principle that is called the concept of creeping resistance.

Among the many nations that have somehow left behind the experience of the struggle, the role of the resistance literature has been quite colorful over time, and in some cases they have achieved their goals without going through other elements of the resistance. One of those nations is the South African people, among whom the strategic role of the current of resistance literature has been more prominent, manifested in various forms and ultimately leading to the collapse of the apartheid regime without incurring human costs.

Another axis of the resistance literature is the constant physical presence of the oppressed people in the field and the expression of their demands in the form of political slogans, and this type of resistance mainly attracts the attention of public opinion. The Palestinian people have been on this path for more than seven decades, but they have not been able to achieve their goals due to the field superiority and the international support that the Zionist regime enjoys. Although such a presence may be accompanied by intense violence from the dominant powers, this strategy is seen as a practical but peaceful step to subdue the colonial powers.

The final step is armed struggle, which is considered the most challenging and costly axis of the movement towards independence and freedom, but may be more effective in accelerating the popular movement to achieve the ideals. This long and costly journey has been taken by the nations of the world, including Algeria, Libya, Cuba, Egypt, Morocco and Iraq, and they have completed it with the desired result.

But over the past four decades, the concept of resistance has been more seriously defined, and that is the expansion of the geographical area of ​​resistance to aggressors, which includes Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, Iran and Yemen.

The campaign strategy in this area is completely based on political concepts and maintaining military superiority, such as Hezbollah’s 33-day war against the Zionist regime in 2006 which, in addition to changing the rules of the field conflict, led to the defeat of the Zionist army myth.

In fact, the managerial role of Hezbollah field and political commanders in changing the balance of power is quite obvious; because without brave, administrator and resourceful commanders familiar with military tactics, this historic victory would not have been possible.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah as the field and political commander and Martyr Imad Mughniyeh the most capable field commander, along with other experienced Iranian commanders such as Martyr Qassem Soleimani, the former commander of the Quds Force, were able to take the field initiative.

Regardless of the methods of struggle in the geography of the Axis of Resistance, an important and hidden principle that plays a significant and decisive role in the mobilization of field warriors is religious beliefs. Relying on religious belief as the driving force behind the field defenders showed its profound impact on the 33-day war in Lebanon, and it was this belief that overcame the world’s most powerful armies, the Zionist army.

Relying on this powerful force of belief, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah spoke with complete confidence and belief in the collapse of the Zionist regime in his speeches, especially in his Quds Day speech.

Another axis of resistance in a part of the geography of resistance is Ansarollah Yemen, which has been standing up to a global coalition led by the Al Saud regime for more than six years. Ansarollah is a deeply rooted Yemeni group that founded the Shiite branch of the Zaidi religion, and based on this religious belief, after 6 years, changed the balance of power in favor of the Yemeni people.

Saudi Arabia had a large coalition of 32 different countries and used large-scale weapons to eradicate the Houthis in Yemen, but the military wing of the group, Ansarollah, thwarted the coalition with its field resistance.

The Al Saud regime has incurred more than 350 billion dollars in war spending over the past six years, but has not been able to change the field equations to its advantage. The reason for this is that the great Mujahid and the leader of Ansarollah, Abdul Malik al-Houthi, was able to design a field strategy and take control of the field arenas, relying on the beliefs and faith of the Houthis.

Abdul Malik Badruddin al-Houthi has been able to implement Hezbollah’s management methods in Yemen for the past six years with the cooperation of the Yemeni Resistance Forces and the Revolutionary Committees. Abdul Malik al-Houthi now speaks with confidence that the Yemeni people will definitely overcome the Saudi army and the coalition forces, and his outspoken support for the Palestinian people’s struggle in his speech delivered on the International Quds Day, shows that Ansarollah has expanded its scope of struggle.

Thus, in the analysis of the recent speeches of Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah and Yemeni Ansarollah leader Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi, it can be concluded that the resistance has become an institutionalized and organized principle of struggle. The recent events in Jerusalem and the uprising of the people of Sheikh Jarrah, Bab al-Magharbeh and Bab al-Amoud in Quds Sharif are also due to the Palestinian people being directly influenced by the regional resistance literature and that this influence will eventually become a powerful and stable driving force in the occupied territories.


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