Nothing Can Undermine the Palestinian Question: An Iranian Cleric – Society/Culture News

Ramadan this year, like last year, coincided with a new wave of Israeli aggression against Palestinians, which infuriated Muslims around the world, prompting them to attend mass protests to condemn the regime’s atrocities. Israeli against the Palestinians.

Ayatollah Seddiqi, noted in his sermon that this year’s International Quds Day saw massive anti-Israel protests across the Muslim world.

The protesters “showed that nothing can diminish the Palestinian issue and that al-Quds and Palestine are alive”, he said.

He said young Palestinians are sacrificing their lives to defend their homeland against the Israeli occupation regime.

“The Zionists, who had an aggressive attitude, are now terrified and anxious and they have an exhausted army,” he said.

“Their faces reveal that they have reached the end of the line and that the Palestinian youth, with their courageous resistance operations from Jenin to Haifa and Tel Aviv, have put Israel in a totally isolated and defensive state.”

The solution to the suffering of the Palestinian people and the key to victory, he continued, is to continue to resist and to insist on “confronting and breaking the horn of the usurper”.

Elsewhere in his sermon, the senior religious leader referenced the Afghan crisis, saying the innocent Afghan people have fallen victim to waves of hatred from the United States and Israel.

“We urge the governing body of Afghanistan to ensure the safety of all Afghan people, identify and punish terrorist networks and bring peace to the Afghan people,” he said. he adds.

Ayatollah Seddiqi also criticized so-called human rights defenders for keeping silent about the suffering of the Afghan people while making a big deal out of Ukraine.

Afghanistan has been in turmoil since the Taliban, who ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, regained power on August 15 last year amid a chaotic withdrawal of US troops from the war-torn country .

The country has been the scene of recurring terrorist attacks, some of which have been claimed by the terrorist group Daesh (ISIL or ISIS).

In recent weeks, the latest wave of deadly attacks across the country has claimed the lives of dozens of civilians.

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