Almost 14 years have passed since the Zionist regime invaded Lebanon and imposed war on the country. In July 2006, the occupying regime in Jerusalem invaded the Lebanese border to achieve predetermined goals. One of the most important goals of this regime to carry out this war was to destroy the political, military, socio-economic infrastructure of Lebanon so that they could destroy the resistance in this country and shape the region as they want in the absence of resistance.
However, it can be said that Israel was a tool for the United States to be able to organize the Middle East region as the United States wishes. The United States has previously tried to implement its policy in the Middle East by invading Iraq and Afghanistan, but Lebanon, especially Hezbollah in that country, was a major obstacle to the US achieving this goal, so this time the Zionist regime, an ally of the United States started a war that marked a bitter end for this regime.
Long before the war, the United States and the Zionist regime were looking for an opportunity to dismantle Hezbollah in Lebanon. It can be said that planning the assassination of Rafiq Hariri in 2005 was one of their most important efforts in order to disarm Hezbollah by accusing Hezbollah of the assassination, a scenario that was followed even this year, but until today has not been fruited.
To launch the puzzle of destroying the resistance in Lebanon, Israel launched a full-scale war against Lebanon under the pretext that Hezbollah had captured two Zionist soldiers.
Hezbollah, recognizing and anticipating before the war, carried out an attack on the territory of occupied Palestine during which two Zionist regime soldiers were captured. By doing so, Hezbollah put Israel in a position to decide whether to start the war in the specific time they intended or push it forward. This action by Hezbollah caused them to rush into a war that was planned to take place a little later.
Since Lebanon's Hezbollah was considered one of the cores of the resistance and Israel was attacked to this force, the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, headed by General Qasem Soleimani, the commander of this force in line with the Quds Force mission to support the Islamic Resistance and preparing them to fight the enemy, were present on this battlefield.
During this war, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution had ordered that the Quds Force should support Hezbollah immediately and with all its might, so Gen. Soleimani came to the battlefield to carry out that order. Accordingly, Gen. Soleimani joined the brave and heroic Arab commander Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah at the beginning of the Zionist invasion of Lebanon and was present on the battlefield.
Despite all the hardships and siege, Qasem Soleimani went to Lebanon, returned to Iran a few days later to give a detailed report on the situation and developments to the Supreme Leader, and then brings a message from Imam Khamenei to Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah which was a very important message. The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution had recommended that the Dua'a Jaushan E Sagheer be recited, and in those days all the Lebanese people recited that Dua'a.
He also told Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah in that message that the Zionist regime had already planned for this war and attack, and this war pushed their plan before time.
Qasem Soleimani conveyed the message of the Supreme Leader to Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah and stayed with him until the end of the war. His presence always brought calmness and reassurance and increased the morale of the Mujahideen. The presence of Qasem Soleimani and other resistance fighters led the war that Israel started in all directions turned into a pit of destruction for this regime. The Zionist regime not only did not win this war, but also suffered the most tragic defeats by adopting a UN resolution, so that defeat in that war has laid the foundation for the failures of this regime so far.