05 February 2020 - 07:05
News ID: 448841
Leader of Bahraini Shi’ahs:
Hujjat al-Islam Isa Qasim emphasized, “The shameful and treacherous Deal of the Century is one of the most dangerous and product-driven evil deals of led by the United States and the Zionist regime.”

RNA - Hujjat al-Islam Isa Qasim, a Bahraini source of emulation, issued a statement that said the “Deal of the Century” would target the very nature and existence of the Islamic world and will be a source of humiliation for Arab governments and institutions participating in its unveiling.

The leader of Bahrain’s oppressed Shi’ah majority emphasized, “Participation in this deal is seen as a declaration of open confrontation and taking a hostile stance against the Islamic world and whoever has participated in it has become an unreliable element.”

Ayatollah Qasim described the Deal of the Century as a dirty, dangerous and audacious act that if the Muslim and Arab nations open the path to it, it will find its path and if it closes the path to it, it will remain closed and everyone has a responsibility to close this path. The Islamic nations have the ability to do this.

His Eminence urged Muslim nations to be resolute in their resolve for dignity, power and munificence and to fight and sacrifice in the cause of God.

He declared, “Whenever the nations of the Muslim world unite in the cause of God and strive to be sincere and are resolute in their resolve by relying on their faith and strengthening their will. In this way they will be inspired by religion and religious law. In which case they will achieve a decisive victory in the near future and will defeat the will of Satan.”

On January 28th, US President Donald Trump unveiled the outlines of his so-called “Deal of the Century,” which envisioned the recognition of Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s “capital” — although Palestinians want the occupied holy city’s eastern part as the capital of their future state.

Rasa News Agency


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