RNA – Speaking at a demonstration in Lebanon, Hujjat al-Islam Ali Yasin, the head of the Association of Scholars of Tyre, said, “Popular demonstrations must not lead to the closure of streets and the interruption of livelihoods and families.”
Protesters in Lebanon have taken to the streets to voice discontent with rising inflation and living costs, despite an economic emergency package recently unveiled by the government.
The revered Lebanese scholar added, “The demonstrators must gather in the main squares and prevent the closure of the streets because closing the streets won’t put pressure on the officials and only interrupts people’s lives.”
He called for the officials to solve all of the country’s problems quickly and added, “The failure of governments to solve the problems facing Lebanon and the theft of public property has worsened the situation in the country.”
Hujjat al-Islam Yasin emphasized that the officials must not blame each other for the problems in Lebanon because they are all responsible and today they must fulfill their duties more than ever before to resolve the existing crises.
His Eminence praised the Lebanese people, especially the residents of southern Lebanon, for downing the Israeli drone, and said, “This action reflects the vigilance of the people and resistance in protecting the country and its borders.”
Lebanon’s LBCI News reported that on the morning of October 23rd, a Zionist drone was shot down over southern Lebanon.
LBCI reported that the drone was shot down in the Fatimah Gate area on Wednesday morning.
Fatimah Gate is a former border crossing between Lebanon and occupied Palestine near the village of Kafrkela, which has been closed since the Zionist militants fled southern Lebanon in 2000 and has become a site for anti-Israeli demonstrations.
NNA correspondent Elin Saman reported that a Lebanese national shot down an Israeli drone with his hunting rifle over the Fatimah Gate area.