Nasrallah says Al Aqsa mosque ‘in real danger’ after US Jerusalem move

Responding to US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Hassan Nasrallah,  the head of the Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah, says that the Al Aqsa mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount — the third holiest shrine in Islam — is “in real danger, and it may be demolished at any time.”

“We all know that the Zionist entity doesn’t respect international resolution(s),” he tells Al-Manar, a Lebanese TV station affiliated with Hezbollah, nor does it take into account international condemnations, caring only about what the US thinks, he adds.

Nasrallah says the move is “a second Balfour Declaration,” and calls on Muslims to flood social networks with protests against the move.

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