In tweets on Friday, Nasser Kanaani enumerated the international developments that have raised the alarm for the Zionist regime and its supporters.
The Iranian spokesman said the Israeli regime is plagued by “internal political and security crisis and impasse”, while the anti-occupation resistance has spread from Gaza to the West Bank and the 1948 territories occupied by Palestine.
He also noted that some aspects of the globalization of hatred towards the Israeli regime became obvious on the sidelines of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Kanaani also hailed the UN’s move to adopt a resolution calling Israel’s founding a “catastrophe” and marking Palestinian “Nakba Day”.
The UN General Assembly on Wednesday adopted its first resolution to commemorate Nakba Day, the “day of catastrophe”, when Palestinians were driven from their homes in 1948 following the foundation of Israel. A total of 90 states voted in favor of the resolution while 30 were against, including the US, the UK, Germany and Canada.
In another tweet, the Iranian spokesman said, “The apartheid Zionist regime and its supporters’ focus on Iranophobia is a desperate and futile attempt to divert the public attention from the issue of Palestine and provide artificial respiration for dying Israel.”
Kanaani finally underlined that the Israeli regime’s efforts, with the support of the US, to normalize ties with more governments would not diminish the world nations’ aversion to the Zionist regime and its illegitimate nature.
“The true winner of the World Cup is the Palestinian nation and its loser is the Zionist regime,” he noted.
Anti-Israel sentiments are running high at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, with the Israeli regime’s reporters saying an atmosphere of hatred and hostility is encouraging soccer fans to wave Palestinian flags in the Qatari stadiums amid refusal to speak to Israeli media.
Since the beginning of the international sports event, Israeli media reporters and journalists have confessed to being boycotted and yelled at by fans, locals, and officials at the World Cup.