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Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky attends scholars of resistance summit in Beirut; participants vow to confront Israel

Ibrahim Usman with Agency Reports
Islamic scholars from around the globe participating in a conference in Lebanon’s capital Beirut have underlined the need for the Muslim world to unite against Israel, saying the Zionist regime has launched an open war on Muslims. 

Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky from Nigeria was among the participants at the summit, days after he addressed an internatational conference and exhibition of Quds Day conference in Abuja, Nigeria.

Participants, both Sunnis and Shias, at the International Union of Resistance conference in Beirut on Wednesday discussed ways to promote unity and solidarity in the Muslim world and focus on the problems facing the Islamic world. They highlighted the cultural and religious commonalities among Muslim countries and stressed the need for them to set aside their differences.

The organizer of the event, the International Union of Resistance, was formed in the Lebanese capital last year to create a unified front in the face of the Israeli threat in the strategically important region of the Middle East.

In their speeches and messages, the Muslim academics said that confronting the Tel Aviv regime has always been the top priority of Islamic resistance movements. 

The Muslim intellectuals at the conference also expressed their strong will and determination to counter the Israeli threat despite the risks involved.

The scholars pointed out that Israel is on the verge of collapse due to its brutal policies and vowed to continue the resistance against the entity until its fall. 

The academics described Israel as a root cause of economic, political and cultural problems facing Muslim nations in recent decades.

Hizbullah Secretary-General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, had addressed the summit via video, where he reitrated Muslims’s uncomprising stand against Israel.

while the summit lasted, Al-Manar television interviewed Shaikh Zakzaky over the issues discussed and outcome of the seesion, as well as other related issues.

On January 8, 2015, the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas called on all Islamic states to stand by the Palestinian nation in its struggles against Israeli atrocities.