Ansarullah leader: The Zionist lobby is trying to destroy society with the help of women

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Ansarullah leader: The Zionist lobby is trying to destroy society with the help of women

The leader of the Yemeni Ansarullah Party criticized the Zionist lobby’s attempt to destroy society by corrupting women. According to the al-Masira news channel, Seyyed Abdul Malik Badr al-Din al-Husi said in a speech on the occasion of the birthday of Her Ladyship Fatima-Zahra (peace be upon her) on Thursday that Muslim women should follow Her Ladyship because she was a perfect example of humanity, faith and morality.

The leader of the Yemeni Ansarullah party said that the Zionist lobby of world Jewry is trying to target women in order to destroy the structure of society and the family, adding that soft and immoral war is aimed at women in order to corrupt and turn them into tools for corrupting society.


Al-Houthi pointed out that this corrupting war should be fought with awareness, insight, education based on faith, setting a good example and providing a correct view of human life. “More than ever, the Jews seek to spread corruption and use all their tools and opportunities in this area,” he added.

The leader of the Ansarullah movement, stating that the corruption and vilification of enemies should be countered with the power of faith and awareness, and explained that a faith-based approach gives dignity to a woman and preserves her honor and humanity. With this approach, women will play their part in life and will be able to raise righteous generations.

Today, Friday 20 Jumadi al-Thani 1444 AH, which coincides with January 13, 2022, is the anniversary of the blessed birthday of Her Ladyship Fatima-Zahra (peace be upon her!), Daughter of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him and him). family!) and the wife of Ali bin Abi Talib (peace and blessings be upon him), the first Imam of the Shiites of the world.

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