Resistance will continue until liberation of al-Quds: Nasrallah

March 4, 2012
Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah says the Lebanese resistance movement will continue until the liberation of al-Quds (Jerusalem). 
 
Nasrallah said the resistance movement would confront the “plans and continuous plots that aim to destroy the Palestinian cause and particularly al-Quds,” Press TV reported. 
 
The Hezbollah secretary general made the remarks during an international conference on al-Quds in Beirut on Sunday. 
 
Hezbollah will oppose the Israeli project to Judaize al-Quds and Israel’s plots to destroy the religious sanctities of the holy city, Nasrallah added. 
 
The Hezbollah leader also urged followers of all divine religions to act responsibly in regard to the fate of al-Quds. 
 
He went on to say that the talks with the Israelis on the issue of al-Quds have not been realistic and will not lead to any solution. 
 
The international conference on al-Quds was held a few days after acting Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas warned that Israel is using “heinous methods and policies” to erase the Arab, Islamic, and Christian character of East al-Quds (Jerusalem). 
 
Abbas made the remarks during the three-day International Conference for the Defense of Occupied Jerusalem, which began in the Qatari capital Doha on February 26.