Iranian demonstrators marking the Worldwide Quds Day warn Israel that it’ll “pay a heavy value” if it commits any “silly act” in coping with the holy al-Aqsa Mosque, and that any new warfare will pace up the occupying regime’s collapse.
In a communiqué issued on the finish of Worldwide Quds Day rallies on Friday, the demonstrators mentioned the land of Palestine is the “central level of the Muslim world in addition to an axis for convergence within the Islamic Ummah and synergy amongst Muslims.”
They mentioned the “evil insurance policies” of the US and regional and extra-regional powers geared toward constructing safety for the Zionist regime have all confronted defeat and the “usurping and non permanent Zionist regime, confronted with the brand new developments within the resistance entrance and the growth of the flames of the Holy Intifada to the West Financial institution and all around the occupied territories, is grappling with a safety problem and inner collapse and is quickly happening the trail of particular decline.”
The members condemned the Israeli regime’s desecrations of the al-Aqsa Mosque, which have led to the martyrdom and arrest of Palestinian pilgrims there, saying Israel resorts to such acts of violence as a means out of the political turmoil gripping the regime.
“We warn that any stupidity in relation to the al-Aqsa Mosque could have a heavy value and if a warfare breaks out, it would speed up the collapse and destruction of the racist and usurping regime,” the assertion mentioned.
Additionally they criticized the inaction of the world neighborhood and worldwide rights teams within the face of Israel’s crimes towards the Palestinians.
On Friday, thousands and thousands of Iranian joined mass rallies countrywide to mark the Worldwide Quds Day, a legacy of Imam Khomenei, the late founding father of the Islamic Republic, which is marked yearly on the final Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
The influential chief designated the final Friday of the holy month of Ramadan as Quds Day on August 7, 1979, urging Muslims all around the world to make use of the event and voice solidarity with the Palestinians.