Israel’s Naked Terrorism Root Cause of Unrest in Palestine: Iranian Spokesman


Israel’s Naked Terrorism Root Cause of Unrest in Palestine: Iranian Spokesman

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry decried the apartheid Zionist regime’s naked acts of terrorism as the root cause of unrest across the occupied Palestinian territories.

In a statement released on Friday night, Saeed Khatibzadeh reacted to the recent developments in occupied Palestine.

He said racism, repression, carnage, incarceration, massive deprivation and daily humiliation of the oppressed Palestinian people and also the naked terror by the apartheid Zionist regime are the root causes of all tensions in the occupied territories.

Khatibzadeh said the defenseless people of Palestine have a legitimate, clear and natural right to fight against the occupiers in response to the repeated desecrations of the sacred sites of al-Quds by the Zionists and the usurper regime of Israel’s crimes and aggression against people who face harsh hardships and deprivation in the holy city and other Palestinian territories.

The spokesman also reaffirmed Iran’s support for the Palestinian cause and the Palestinian people’s fight for freedom.

Khatibzadeh urged all nations, governments and international bodies to move toward providing the Palestinian people with security in line with the principle of legitimate defense against occupation and terrorist activities by the apartheid Zionist regime and to prevent the aggression and brutal crimes of Zionists in Palestine.

The Iranian spokesman noted that the only solution to the Palestine crisis is to hold a referendum with the participation of the real residents of Palestine.

Given the defiant, law-evading and pledge-breaking nature of the fake Zionist regime, resistance is the only choice of the occupied nation of Palestine to force this occupying regime to accept a democratic solution for the liberation of the holy city of al-Quds and the determination of the fate of Palestine, Khatibzadeh concluded.

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