Our hearts will remain with our brothers in Palestine, aching for their pain, tormented by their torment, and praying that they may achieve lasting victory, victory and empowerment over that usurping enemy, but following the steps of those Islamic conquests, and ensuring that. they follow their path.
It is true that history tells us about the Islamic conquests, from the time of Caliph Omar bin Al-Khattab, may God be pleased with him, to the last conquest of Al-Aqsa Al-Sharif in the Ayyubid era.
When the caliph Omar, may God be pleased with him, was about to conquer Syria, he said to his companions:
No, we will not meet the enemy before us, meaning the Crusaders, and we will leave the Persians behind us.
Indeed, Caliph Omar began to liberate Persia, and after that came the conquest of Palestine and the liberation of Al-Aqsa.
Likewise, this conquest was repeated during the reign of Saladin Al-Ayyubi, who was also involved in the conquest of Palestine and the liberation of Al-Aqsa, but he delayed this until he began to cleanse Egypt of the Fatimids, after which the conquest and liberation of Palestine has come.
And here we are today, our homeland was surrounded by such people who deserve jihad more than the Jews and Christians, because the stories authenticated that, and those conquests also confirmed its authenticity to us.
Which is more worthy of liberation, Palestine or Yemen?