‘Hezbollah is Iran in Lebanon’, a top Iranian Cleric declares during Friday prayer

Sayyid Ahmad Alamolhoda 2A top Iranian cleric on Monday declared   that Iran is bigger than the “geographical” boundaries surrounding it and that the presence of armed factions supported by Iran in the Middle East, including “Hezbollah in Lebanon, are part of Iran.”

Ayatollah Ahmad Alamolhoda said during  his sermon on  Friday as he commented on the September 14  attack on the oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, that Iran is not confined to its own geographical boundaries and that its proxies in the region – the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) in Iraq, the Houthis (Ansar Allah) in Yemen, Hezbollah in Lebanon, the national front in Syria, and the resistance organizations in Palestine, i.e., the Islamic Jihad and Hamas – are all Iran.

 

Sayyid Ahmad Alamolhoda (also  known as Alam Olhoda or Alam al-Hoda  is an Iranian Shiite  Islamic cleric who has also been given the titles of   Hojjatoleslam and Ayatollah. He is the Friday Prayer preacher in Mashhad, Iran and is also that city’s representative in the Iranian Assembly of Experts. Alamolhoda is a member of Combatant Clergy Association.

His comments come after Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah pledged allegiance to the Iranian Supreme  leader

Lebanon is extremely concerned about Hezbollah’s link to Iran.

Nasrallah  put himself at the disposal of Iran’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, and stressed that any military strike against Iran “will ignite the whole region and annihilate countries and peoples.”

Earlier in September and marking the last day of the Shiite Ashoura commemorations, Nasrallah voiced support for Iran in its dispute with the United States.

He said any war against Iran “will ignite the region and destroy countries and peoples. It will be a war against the entire axis of resistance,” and that Hezbollah is part of the axis of resistance.

On Khameni he said: “Our imam, leader, master and Hussein in this era is Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei. He is the leader of the axis of resistance and Iran is the heart and main center of the axis.”

  • Arzna

    If this is the case you are welcome to take Hezbollah to Iran. Lebanon is for the Lebanese

  • MaryTPresumptuous

    If only Aoun would speak so clearly, then Lebanese would finally know that their government has stopped telling lies about Lebanon’s sovereignty and that the actual condition of Lebanese citizenship is “not yet Islamacized”.

    • Arzna

      Unfortunately Aoun has a deal with Hezbollah that they signed in 2006 . He is allied with the party and has been defending it ever since he was elected. All the members of the FPM party he formed openly support Hezbollah . Aoun must have clearly heard Nasrallah’s pledge of allegiance to Iran and its Supreme leader but never spoke a word about it. I am also sure he must have read what the Iranian Ayatollah said about Hezbollah and Iran . Maybe he has some concerns about the 2006 deal and its terrible effect on Lebanon’s economy but so far he has not shown it . Sorry to say this the kind of leadership Lebanon has. The situation in Israel and Syria is not helping either . Lebanon is between the Rock and Hard place

  • MaryTPresumptuous

    English translation of more of Alamolhoda’s comments, as well as excerpt of the original video, can be seen here –>

    https://www.memri.org/reports/iranian-attack-saudi-oil-facilities-%E2%80%93-part-ii-majlis-national-security-and-foreign-policy

  • Arzna

    The big question is what has the Iran regime done for the benefit of the Iranian people . The Iranian rial is now worth 1/600 of what it was when the Ayatollahs took over