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Raeisi: World disillusioned with Israel by virtue of Palestinian martyrs

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raeisi says the world has been disillusioned with Israel thanks to the pure of blood of thousands of Palestinians who were killed in the regime’s US-backed genocidal war on the Gaza Strip.

He made the remarks in an address to the International Conference of Al-Aqsa Storm and Awakening of Human Conscience in Tehran on Sunday.

“What has disillusioned the world today is the pure blood of Palestinian martyrs and thousands of martyred children,” Raeisi said.

“The world has woken up… Palestine has become the issue of the entire world. Palestine is not solely the concern of the Muslim Ummah and tuned into a global issue.”

He also noted that despite efforts aimed at portraying those defending their homeland as evil, it has become clear to the world that “the center of all mischief is the United States and some Western governments that are supporting the Israeli regime.”

The Iranian chief executive described Palestine as the foremost issue of the Muslim world, saying the liberation of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in al-Quds is a priority of the Muslim world.

He further emphasized that the issue of Palestine is 75 years of usurpation and occupation and that its solution is resistance and resilience.

“Today, the winner of the Al-Aqsa battle is Palestine and the loser in the field is the Zionist regime and its supporters,” Raeisi said.

He also reiterated that defending Palestine and resistance groups is on the agenda of the Islamic Republic.

The occupation will not bring legitimacy for Israel, he asserted. The Tel Aviv regime should end its occupation of Palestine and be punished for it.

Raeisi further warned that Israel’s normalization of ties with some Arab countries will bring about security neither for the Zionist regime nor for regional states.

Israel waged the brutal war on besieged Gaza on October 7 after the Palestinian Hamas resistance carried out an unprecedented operation against the usurping entity in retaliation for its intensified atrocities against the Palestinian people.

So far, the Tel Aviv regime has killed at least 23,843 Palestinians, mostly women and children, and injured 60,317 others.

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is hearing a case brought by South Africa that says Israel is committing genocide in Gaza. The Hague-based court has been asked to order an immediate halt to the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian territory.

Raeisi said that the mankind expects the ICJ to issue “a fair ruling” in defiance of attempts by the Zionists and Americans to deviate the trial’s attention.

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