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Imam Musa Sadr’s Line of Thought Remains Alive

Imam Musa Sadr’s Line of Thought Remains Alive
Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement in a statement underlined that Imam Musa Sadr’s line of thought will remain alive.

Imam Musa Sadr’s Line of Thought Remains Alive
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – The group issued the statement on Saturday, August 31, on the 35th anniversary of the abduction of Sadr and his companions in Libya, Al-Manar TV reported.

It said those who abducted the Shia cleric have failed to destroy his ideas and his line of thought and his path will continue.

The group said that every year, August 31 reminds everyone of the sad memories of the disappearance of Imam Musa Sadr, Muhammad Yaqub and Abbas Badreddin.

“We, along with our brothers in Amal movement and all the noble people of the Ummah, underline the need for efforts to keep the issue alive as a national and Islamic issue and a great Jihad,” it added.

The statement said the anniversary is also a reminder of the need for world community to shoulder their responsibility about the issue.

It called on the Arab League, Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and Libya’s new administration to strive to ensure the release of Sadr and his two companions in full health.

Sadr, Yaqub and Badreddin disappeared in Libya during a visit to the country in August 1978.

Efforts for determining the fate of Sadr and his companions have intensified since the fall of Gaddafi’s regime.

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