Resistance best option to end Israel’s occupation of Palestine: Iran
Iran’s new Secretary of Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) has noted that resistance is the best method to end the more than 75-year Israeli occupation of Palestine.
The comments were made by Ali Akbar Ahmadian at a meeting with Ismail Haniyeh, the head of the Hamas political bureau, on Monday in Tehran.
Ahmadian said that the resistance’s involvement in the Saif Al Quds battle was a significant turning point that led to tactical successes for the resistance movement.
The resistance’s unity and support for the Islamic Jihad movement in this war disappointed the Zionist regime, Ahmadian stated.
He noted that the Palestinian resistance, which previously engaged in combat in Gaza to protect itself, has now reached a stage of readiness as it increases its presence there.
Haniyeh, for his part, recognized Iran’s outstanding contribution to fostering cooperation among Muslim countries and resistance groups.
He gave the Iranian official an update on the situation in Palestine and the strategies of the resistance movements for retaining control over the Zionist regime.
Raisi says normalization efforts with Israel failed
During a meeting with Secretary General of the Islamic Jihad movement Ziad al-Nakhala on Sunday night in Tehran, President Ebrahim Raisi also said the efforts to normalize ties between the Zionist regime and Muslim nations have totally failed and that the Palestinian resistance will ultimately triumph.
He also noted that one of the main goals of the Zionist regime’s efforts to normalize relations with a number of Arab and Islamic countries is to disappoint the Palestinian younger generation’s hopes for the liberation of the occupied territories.
“We deeply believe that these attempts… won’t bear fruit, because the first and most serious opponents of such normalization of relations are the people of the very same Muslim and Arab countries,” the Iranian president noted.