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24.06.2016 um 22:19 Uhr

Freitagsimam von Teheran kritisiert Unterdrückung des bahrainischen Volkes scharf

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: Freitagsimam, von, Teheran, kritisiert, Unterdrückung, des, bahrainischen, Volkes, scharf

Teheran (IRIB) - Der Freitagsimam von Teheran hat scharfe Kritik an der gewaltsamen Unterdrückung des bahrainischen Volkes durch das al-Khalifa-Regime geübt und diese Haltung als unmenschlich und fatal bezeichnet.

 

 

Hodschat-ul-Islam, Kazem Sedighi, äußerte während einer Predigt seine Sorge bezüglich der steigenden Unterdrückung der Bahrainer und unterstrich: Diese Menschen wollen nur ihre legitimen Rechte durch friedliche Wege erreichen. Das bahrainische Volk bekäme seit fünf Jahren nur Kugeln als Antwort auf ihren friedlichen Protest. "Das al-Khalifa-Regime wendet sich im Rahmen seiner Politik von keinerlei Art von Gewalt gegen das unterdrückte bahrainische Volk ab, das nur ihr eigenes Schicksal bestimmen will.", betonte Sedighi. Er äußerte sich besorgt über die anhaltende Unterdrückung, Inhaftierung und Ausbürgerung von religiösen Gelehrten und Geistlichen in Bahrain und Saudi-Arabien und verurteilte dieses tyrannische Vorgehen. Die Fortsetzung dieser Vorgehensweise würde laut dem heutigen Teheraner Freitagsimam, den Zusammenbruch der Regimes von al-Khalifa und al-Saud zur Folge haben.

An einer weiteren Stelle seiner Ansprache verurteilte Hodschat-ul-Islam, Kazem Sedighi, die Fatwa eines zionistischen Rabbiners, das Trinkwasser der Palästinenser verschmutzen zu dürfen. "Diese Brutalität steht im krassen Widerspruch zu den Lehren von Prophet Moses (a. s.)."

Er wies ferner auf die Streichung von Saudi-Arabien von der Schwarzen Liste der Länder mit massiven Kinderrechtsverstössen durch die UNO hin und sagte: Diese Maßnahme hat der Position der Vereinten Nationen einen nicht wieder gut zu machenden Schaden zugefügt und gezeigt, dass dieses internationale Gremium unter dem Einfluss politischer und finanzieller Mächte steht. Sedighi nannte das Schweigen der UNO gegenüber den körperlich behinderten, verletzten, verwaisten und hungernden jemenitischen Kindern nicht gerechtfertigt und stellte die moralische Legitimität dieser Organisation infrage.

Des Weiteren gedachte der Freitagsimam von Teheran anlässlich der bevorstehenden "Woche der iranischen Judikative" der Märtyrer vom 27. Juni 1981, insbesondere den ehemaligen Präsidenten des Obersten Gerichtshofes, Ayatollah Beheshti, der an diesem Tag mitsamt 71 weiteren Personen bei einem Anschlag der Munafiqin (Volksmujahedin) den Märtyrertod fand. 

 

02.01.2016 um 21:05 Uhr

World Muslims Rise to Condemn Execution of Sheikh Nimr by S. Arabia

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: Sheikh, Nimr

TEHRAN (FNA)- Sunni and Shiite Muslims from across the world rushed to condemn the execution of prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqr al-Nimr by the Riyadh government, vowing revenge.
World Muslims Rise to Condemn Execution of Sheikh Nimr by S. Arabia 

Saudi Arabia announced Saturday that it has executed the prominent Shiite Muslim cleric.

After the declaration, thousands of Bahraini people poured to the streets and chanted "death to the al-Saud" slogans.

The Bahrainis who also carried some placards to show their support for Sheikh Nimr warned Riyadh that shedding the cleric's blood will not remain unanswered.

Lebanon's Hezbollah, Yemen's Ansarullah, Pakistan's Shiite Assembly and tens of Sunni and Shiite figures, groups and movements across the world have rushed to condemn the Saudi regime, all underlining that Riyadh has poured oil to the flames of sectarian strife.

In Palestine, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in a statement condemned the killing of the prominent Muslim cleric, and said, "The execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr shows that Saudi Arabia insists on pouring oil to the flames of sectarian sedition."

Sheikh Nimr's execution was also condemned by Head of Iraq's Badr Organization Hadi al-Ameri who expressed deep regret after hearing the news.

The Iranian Sunni figures also showed reaction to the Saudi cleric's killing by Saudi Arabia.

Molawi Abdolhamid Ismailzehi, the Friday prayers leader of Iran's Southeastern city of Zahedan, expressed deep regret over Sheikh Nimr's execution, and said under the conditions that the Muslim world needs unity, the Saudi officials should have refrained from his killing.

Also, representative of Iran's Sunni-populated Southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan at the Assembly of Experts, Molawi Nazir Ahmad Salami, condemned Sheikh Nimr's execution, and said, "There is no difference between the Shiites and Sunnis and any person who is opposed to tyranny and brutality should show reaction and deplore the Saudi measure."

Also, Chairman of the Sunni Lawmakers' Fraction at the Iranian parliament Abed Fattahi deplored the execution of Sheikh Nimr by Riyadh, and said the bells have now started ringing for the collapse of the Saudi regime.

He also said that Saudi Arabia's support for the terrorists, the mismanagement of Mina incident, execution of Sheikh Nimr and several other crimes by Riyadh, "closed the door of negotiations with the political structure of Saudi Arabia".

Their remarks came after the Iranian seminaries held a protest rally in front of the Saudi embassy in Tehran on Saturday, and condemned execution of the Shiite cleric by chanting "death to al-Saud" slogans.

The Iranian foreign ministry also strongly deplored Riyadh for killing the prominent cleric, and said the move proved the Saudi officials' "imprudence and irresponsibility", underlining that the Saudi regime will pay a heavy price for this crime.

"While the extremist and Takfiri terrorists have deprived the regional and world nations of security and tranquility and threaten certain regional governments' stability and existence, execution of a figure like Sheikh Nimr who didn’t have any instrument but words to pursue his political and religious goals merely shows the depth of imprudence and irresponsibility," Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaber Ansari said on Saturday.

Saudi Arabia executed 47 people on Saturday for terrorism, including Sheikh Nimr, the country's Interior Ministry said in a statement. Most of those executed were said to be involved in a series of attacks carried out by Al-Qaeda between 2003 and 2006. 45 of those executed were of Saudi nationality, one Chadian, one Egyptian.

The Interior Ministry statement announcing the executions began with verses from the Quran, justifying the use of the death penalty, while state television showed footage of the aftermath of Al-Qaeda attacks over the last decade. Shortly afterward, Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al al-Sheikh appeared on Saudi Arabian television, hailing the executions as just.

Al-Qaeda is the number one enemy of Shiite Muslims, and the Saudi television did not explain how it could link the footage to the execution of a Shiite leader who has been the target of ISIL and Al-Qaeda.

Iranian high-ranking officials had regularly deplored Riyadh for handing down death sentence to prominent Shiite cleric, warning that execution of the Sheikh Nimr would incur a heavy price in Saudi Arabia, and would set the stage for the fall of the Saudi regime.

Several rights activists had also warned Riyadh that execution of Sheikh Nimr would set fire to Saudi Arabia.

Heretofore, Al Saud had frequently said that it plans to execute Sheikh soon, but the kingdom delayed it every time. According to an informed source, the new King and his hawkish cabinet members mean to send a message to the Shiite community, dissidents and Iran through the move to show they are ready to pay any price in confrontation with Tehran. Though Iran has repeatedly denied any link with the Shiite dissidents in Saudi Arabia.

During the recent months, people across the world staged protest in support of Sheikh Nimr, calling for immediate release of the leader, warning the Wahhabi authorities against executing prominent Shiite cleric.

Nimr was attacked and arrested in the Qatif region of Eastern Province in July 2012, and has been charged with undermining the kingdom’s security, making anti-government speeches, and defending political prisoners. Nimr has denied the accusations.

In October 2014, a Saudi court sentenced Sheikh Nimr to death, provoking huge condemnations and criticism in the Middle East and the world.

On October 25, Nimr’s family confirmed that the Saudi Supreme Court and the Specialized Appeals Court had endorsed a death sentence issued last year against him for inciting sectarian strife and disobeying King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The cleric has denied the charges.

The Shiite cleric’s lawyer, Sadeq al-Jubran, had also said that Nimr could be executed as soon as the Saudi monarch approves his sentence.

Human rights organizations have condemned Saudi Arabia for failing to address the rights situation in the kingdom. They say Saudi Arabia has persistently implemented repressive policies that stifle freedom of expression, association and assembly.

18.12.2015 um 21:10 Uhr

Human Rights Commission Confirms Nigerian Army Killed 1,000 Shiite Muslims

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: Nigeria

TEHRAN (FNA)- Chairman of Nigeria’s National Human Rights Commission Professor Chidi Odinkalu accused the Nigerian army of killing as many as 1,000 Shiite Muslims in Zaria, Kaduna State, last weekend.
Human Rights Commission Confirms Nigerian Army Killed 1,000 Shiite Muslims 

The Nigerian army attacked two religious centers of the country's Shiite community on Saturday, killing hundreds of defenseless civilians there. A few hours later on Sunday, the military arrested Leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky after raiding his house and killing his son, assistants and followers.

Describing the actions as "massacre", Odinkalu posted photos on the social media showing a bulldozer tearing apart the shrine of Nigeria's Islamic Movement.

Contrary to military claims that Sheik Zakzaky is well, the rights boss disclosed that the spiritual leader suffered four bullet wounds and one of his wives was killed in the raids that began on Saturday and ended on Monday morning.

"Citizens must ask who ordered this carnage?," Odinkalu tweeted.

The Saturday and Sunday crackdown on the Shiite community by the Nigerian army that ended in the massacre of the Shiites in several raids has caused serious concerns in many countries.

The Nigerian army staged several raids on three Shiite religious centers and killed 1,000 defenseless citizens in the city of Zaria on Saturday and Sunday.

"The Army forces opened fire at those present in Zakzaky's house, killing and wounding a large number of people," a member of the UK-based Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) told FNA on Sunday.

According to him, the soldiers opened fire on local residents who were trying to protect the Shiite cleric.

A local resident told FNA that Sheikh Zakzaky's wife, Zinat Ibrahim, and his fourth son, Ali, were killed in the last raid on his house on Sunday.

Ali's three elder brothers were all martyred by the Nigerian army in their raid on the last year's Tasoua and Ashoura mourning ceremonies marking the martyrdom anniversary of Shiite Islam's third Imam, Hossein Ibn-e Ali (AS). Ali was taken by plain clothes regime forces and kept in an unknown place for some time during the last year raid.

Also, eyewitnesses said that Sheikh Mahmoud Mohammad Touri and Dr. Mostafa Saeed, the Nigerian leader's deputy and physician, respectively, as well as Osman Ibrahim and Jemi Glima were among those killed in the raid.

Witnesses also said that the army surrounded the Leader's house after multiple raids Sunday.

"All those inside the house were killed and Sheikh Zakzaky was arrested and taken away by the soldier," they added.

According to the locals, soldiers returned to the house and killed all those inside who had been wounded in previous raids. "No one is alive now," they said, adding that tens of people have been killed in the army raids on the Sheikh's house and two other Shiite religious center that started Saturday night through Sunday morning (local time).

The army raids followed its clampdown on Shiite Muslims in the country’s city of Zaria, Kaduna State, in which at least 1,000 people were killed and many more injured.

“At noon today (Saturday) armed soldiers were seen in the precincts of Hussainiyyah Baqiyyatullah, Zaria, where members of the Islamic Movement were to hoist flag to usher in the new month of Maulud, the birth of the Holy Prophet of Islam," Islamic Movement Spokesman Ibrahim Usman said in a statement.

 “Similar occasion was previously carried out on the same spot with free traffic flow under the supervision of the Movement’s traffic warders," he added.

“When some brothers met the soldiers to ask for their mission, they took position and opened fire indiscriminately, killed many and took away seven of the casualties to an unknown location," Usman said.

“Based on the foregoing, we believe that the military had pre-planned this and had acted according to their mischievous script. They came with their cameramen, videotaping the whole incidence while it lasted."

“We are however surprised that, spokesman of the military Colonel Kuka Sheka shamelessly came out in the media and issued a press statement to say, that it was an assassination attempt on the Chief of Army Staff at the order of the movement’s leader."

“Why was it that there were no casualties on the side of the military, if it were to be an assassination attempt? What happened was never a clash, but a continuation of act of terrorism by the Nigerian military on the Movement, as was the case in the past."

“We are not surprised by this action, as there were reports spread by the same military the night before that the Shiites were to avenge their dead by hired thugs on Friday in Gabari, a village in Zaria."

“The same military also spread rumors that the Shiites had killed soldiers, all in attempt to justify today’s (Saturday’s) dastardly act."

“Kuka Sheka should know that once bitten twice shy. The 2014 massacre of 34 members of the Islamic Movement, including three of Sheikh Zakzaky’s children by the military; the attempt on Sheikh Zakzaky’s convoy by the same military are still in our minds." “No government can flourish successfully with disoriented military, full of trigger-itchy personnel and security operatives trained by CIA and Mossad."

“Until the present government fishes out this cabal in the military and brings the culprits to book, we will believe the government is condoning violence and terrorism on innocent citizens.”

Also, Yusuf Abubakar, an eye witness said that “I saw two soldiers asking the Shiite members to remove the barricade but they refused only for the soldiers to open fire on them".

“Suddenly, there was confusion everywhere. I saw more than 30 corpses on the ground before soldiers took them away.”

Another eye witness who pleaded anonymity said that “the soldiers were armed to the teeth as they came in about three Hilux vans and armored personnel carriers".

“They were pleading with the Shiite members to clear the way for the Army Chief who was being expected."

The recent incident is the latest in the series of clashes between security agents and members of the Islamic Movement.

In one of such encounters in July last year, three sons of El-Zakzaky were killed by soldiers.

The IHRC issued a report at the time, blaming soldiers for what it called shooting and killing of defenseless members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria between July 25 and 26.

It said that shortly after the Friday prayers on July 25, the Shiite members embarked on the traditional Al-Quds procession done in support of the Palestinian Cause following the same route it has followed in the last 33 years.

The report said 34 defenseless members of the group were murdered in cold blood as they marched through the streets of Zaria, in Kaduna State.

About 100 others were injured, it said citing interviews with victims, their families and witnesses.

The IHRC also obtained a video footage of soldiers firing at unarmed civilians at the end of the procession.

Besides, it said that it had proof that many of those arrested died in military custody, unable to withstand the brutality they were subjected to by the soldiers.

Last month, about 20 members of the Islamic Movement were blown up in a bomb attack during a procession from Kano to Zaria.

A suspected suicide bomber who pretended to be part of the procession set off a bomb at Dakasonye village in Garun Mallam Local Government of Kano State.

Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the attack but El-Zakzaky said his group knew those behind the attack.

“We know the names of the contractors and those contracted to commit the massacre, their identity is not hidden from us. Therefore we cannot be cowed by an imaginary Boko Haram tale, let them tell it to the fools and the ignorant. They should know that they are dealing with those with foresight, wisdom and intelligence, and above all with the real religion,” he said.

“There is nothing like a suicide bomber. They tortured and drugged unsuspecting captives and made them carriers of the explosives which they detonated amidst people."

18.12.2015 um 20:57 Uhr

Führer der Muslimbewegung in Nigeria festgenommen

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: Nigeria

Zaria (IRIB/Press TV) - Wie die Islamische Bewegung Nigerias berichtete haben  nigerianische Armeekräfte  am Montagmorgen den Führer der Islamischen Bewegung Nigerias, Scheich Ibrahim Yaqub El Zakzaki, in seiner Wohnung in der Stadt Zaria festgenommen.
Führer der Islamischen Bewegung Nigerias, Scheich Ibrahim Yaqub El Zakzaki 

 

Dieser Bewegung zufolge sind zudem zwei Söhne des Führers der Bewegung bei den Angriffen der Armee am Sonntag getötet worden.

Am Sonntag haben nigerianische Militärs auf eine Versammlung schiitischer Muslime sowie das Haus von Scheich El Zakzaky geschossen. Der Führer der schiitischen Muslime in Nigeria wollte vor der Versammlung eine Rede halten.

Bislang ist noch keine genau Zahl der Toten beim Angriff der Armee auf die Schiiten veröffentlicht worden, aber aus Berichten geht hervor, dass über 100 Menschen ums Leben gekommen sind.

10.07.2015 um 03:15 Uhr

Iranischer Expertenrat ruft Iraner zur Teilnahme an Demonstrationen anlässlich des Al-Quds-Tages auf

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: Quds

Teheran (IRIB) - Der Expertenrat der Islamischen Republik Iran hat am Donnerstag die Iraner zur Teilnahme an den jährlich stattfindenden Demonstrationen anlässlich des Al-Quds-Tages aufgerufen.
 
Symbolbild/ Archivbild 
 
Wie die IribNews  bekannt gab,  erklärte der Expertenrat in einer veröffentlichten Mitteilung, dass der Al-Quds-Tag eine Gelegenheit zur Demonstrierung der Einheit, Solidarität und Autorität des islamischen und unterdrückten Volkes gegenüber den arroganten Gewaltherrschern und dem zionistischen Regimes sei. Weiter hieß es in der Mitteilung, dass der al-Quds-Tag gemäß den tiefsinnigen Lehren des Gründers der Islamischen Republik Iran, Imam Khomeini (friede sei mit ihm), nicht nur der Tag Palästinas, sondern auch  der Tag des Islams sei und heutzutage die Unterstützung der palästinensischen Ideale zum Motto der iranischen Staatsordnung und der freiheitliebenden Menschen in aller Welt geworden sei. 
Der "Al-Quds Tag", ist der Tag der Solidarität mit allen Entrechteten, vor allem  den Palästinensern und wird immer am letzten Freitag des Fastenmonats "Ramadan" gedacht. Er   wurde 1979 vom Gründer der Islamischen Republik Iran, Imam  Khomeini,  ausgerufen

10.07.2015 um 03:14 Uhr

Syrien: Kurdische Kämpfer haben die Stadt Ain Issa von den IS-Terroristen zurückerobert.

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN

Ain Issa (Press TV) – Kurdische Kämpfer haben die syrische Stadt Ain Issa (in der Nähe der IS-Hochburg Rakka) zurückerobert. Das berichtete AFP am Mittwoch unter Berufung auf kurdische Kämpfer.
Auch die kurdische Fraueneinheit war an der Befreiung dieser Stadt beteiligt. 
 
Syrien: Kurdische Kämpfer haben die Stadt Ain Issa von den IS-Terroristen zurückerobert.

Am Montag hatte der IS nach Angriffen auf kurdische Stellungen die Kontrolle über diese Stadt gewonnen. Sie liegt auf der Hauptroute zu den Nordprovinzen Aleppo und Hassaka und besitzt daher eine große strategische Bedeutung für die Terroristen.

08.05.2015 um 12:30 Uhr

Saudi Aggression Targeting Civilians

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: JEMEN

TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi Arabia's aggressive forces committed a new crime in Dhamar province, Central Yemen, where shelling ended up in the death of 11 people and injuring 18 others in a bombiong that targeted a Police Training Center and its neighboring houses, full of civilians.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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08.05.2015 um 12:22 Uhr

UNO: Bisher 1400 Tote und 6000 Verletzte bei den Angriffen Saudi-Arabiens auf Jemen

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: jemen

New York (IRNA) – Die Luftangriffe Saudi-Arabiens auf den Jemen haben, so der UNO-Hilfskoordinator im Jemen Johannes van der Klaauw am Donnerstag, bis zu diesem Zeitpunkt 1400 Tote und über 6000 Verwundete hinterlassen, von denen die meisten Zivilisten waren.
 
Bei Angriffen verletzter Mann in Klinik in Sanaa 
Dabei kritisierte er die Bombardierung des Flughafens von Jemen, und forderte Saudi-Arabien zur Unterlassung derartiger Militäraktionen auf, die vor alle die Zivilbevölkerung treffen. Weiter solle Saudi-Arabien obdachlos gewordenen Jemeniten Fluchtmöglichkeiten gewähren.

Nach Angaben aus jemenitischen Sicherheitsquellen liegt die Zahl der Opfer aufgrund der Verwüstungen durch Bombenangriffe und der Probleme von Hilfsorganisationen, die Opfer zu erreichen, weitaus höher. Allein die Zahl der Toten wird auf 3000 geschätzt.

Unter dem Vorwand, den gestürzten Präsidenten, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, wieder an die Macht verhelfen zu wollen, greift Saudi-Arabien den Jemen seit dem 26. März aus der Luft an.

25.07.2014 um 16:44 Uhr

Iranian Demonstrators Issue Resolution to Condemn Zionist Regime's Genocide of Palestinians

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: GAZA, Zionist

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian demonstrators participating in the International Quds Day rallies in their final resolution condemned the Zionist regime's brutal attacks and genocide of the innocent Gaza people, and voiced support for unity and solidarity of the Palestinians against the occupiers.

 Iranian Demonstrators Issue Resolution to Condemn Zionist Regime's Genocide of Palestinians

 

The International Quds Day Rallies this year witnessed a stronger and wider public turnout in all the world countries due to the recent surge in the Zionist regime's brutal attacks on the innocent and defenseless population in Gaza.

Millions of people took part in the International Quds Day rallies in solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian people today.

The International Quds Day is an annual event opposing Israel's occupation of Beitul-Muqaddas. Anti-Zionist rallies and demonstrations are held on the last Friday of Ramadan in Muslim and Arab countries around the world, specially in Iran.

The Iranian demonstrators in Tehran and hundreds of other Iranian cities in a resolution condemned the Zionist regime's massacre of the Gaza people, over 800 of them have been killed and more than 5,500 others injured in the last 18 days of Israeli attacks, and supported the resistance of the Palestinians to liberate their territories from the occupation of the Israelis.

"We as the fasting and revolutionary people of Iran assume the freedom of the holy Quds and the freedom of the oppressed and defenseless Palestinian people from the hands of the brutal and fake Zionist regime as the exhalted cause of the Islamic Revolution and the decisive strategy of Imam Khomeini and his righteous successor Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution (Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei) for the Muslim world and spare no material and spiritual support for the materialization of this holy cause," the resolution said on Friday.

The Iranian demonstrators condemned the savage attacks of the Zionists against the Palestinian Muslims, specially the women and children, as "war crime and genocide", and called on the international human rights organizations, the members of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and other international bodies to take practical steps to punish the Israeli leaders.

The resolution also deplored the crimes committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and other terrorist Takfiri groups' crimes in Iraq and Syria as the US, Zionist regime and the reactionary regional states' proxy war to weaken the resistance front.

The Iranian demonstrators described unity and solidarity among the Palestinian groups against the Zionist regime as one of the most important necessities for the freedom of the holy Quds, and expressed pleasure in the recent agreements between Fatah and Hamas, calling on them to keep vigilant and don’t allow the enemies of the Palestinian nation to waste the opportunity for the strengthening of the resistance front against the Zionists.

"We as the integrated and united Iranian nation, consider the cause of freedom of the holy Quds and all-out support for the Palestinian Islamic resistance and efforts to annihilate the cancerous tumor, Israel, still the first priority of the Muslim world," the resolution underlined.

The demonstrators also stressed that controlling the regional crises, including the ISIL and other terrorist groups' conspiracy in Syria and Iraq will pave the grounds for the collapse of the Zionist regime, and said the Palestinian refugees should return to their territories and the Palestinian nation should participate in a free referendum to decide their fate.

They strongly condemned the Judization of the occupied Palestinian territories and efforts to destroy Palestine's national and historical identity in the light of the international community and certain Arab-Islamic governments' silence.

The Iranian demonstrators lauded the religious leaders and influential figures' role in foiling the Zionist regime's plots to create rift among Muslims, and asked the Islamic Ummah to become united and integrated and strengthen the anti-violence front to defuse the enemies' plots and strategies.

The resolution also voiced support for the popular revolutions in the region, and condemned the Bahraini and Saudi regimes' crimes against their people and the savage acts against the people in Myanmar, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq, and termed them as a US plot to meet the goals and interests of the enemies of Muslims.

The Iranian demonstrators also pointed to the ongoing nuclear talks between Iran and the world powers, and warned the enemies of Iran, specially the US and its regional and trans-regional allies to give up their confidence-destroying  approaches and behaviors which are threatening the inalienable and legal rights of the Iranian nation.

"They should know that the Iranian government and nation under the guidance of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution still thinks of wise and fair interaction with the world and under the guidelines of the Leader beside the powerful and brave Armed Forces will give a tough, destructive and regretting response to any threat and aggression against the country's territorial integrity, interests and national security," the resolution underscored. 

25.07.2014 um 14:41 Uhr

Palestinian Resistance Kills Several Zionist Soldiers in Gaza, Targets Tel Aviv

von: iman   Kategorie: IMAN   Stichwörter: GAZA, Zionist

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Palestinian Resistance Movement of Hamas, in a series of operations, infiltrated deep into the territories of occupied Palestine, killing and wounding scores of Israeli forces.

 

 Palestinian Resistance Kills Several Zionist Soldiers in Gaza, Targets Tel Aviv

"A Zionist helicopter moved a number of wounded soldiers to a hospital in Ashkelon," Al-Manar reported after Hamas' attacks on the Israeli troops.

Meantime, Hamas announced that five rockets landed Southern Tel Aviv, including two ones at Ben Gurion airport, wounding several Israeli forces.

The Palestinian resistance also killed 8 Zionist soldiers when resistance forces infiltrated into Eastern Taffah neighborhood and detonated an explosive in a tank in the Eastern part of Khan Yunis.

The factions of the Palestinian resistance also carried out numerous military operations against the Israeli occupation troops in different areas, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

Israel has been pounding the blockaded Gaza for 18 consecutive days now, killing at least 800 people and injuring more than 5,500 others.

According to the UN, 77% of the victims in Gaza are civilians and defenseless people.

Since July 8, Israeli warplanes have been carrying out incessant airstrikes against Gaza.

On July 17, thousands of Israeli soldiers also launched a ground invasion into the densely-populated Strip.

Millions of people are expected to take part in the International Quds Day rallies in solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian people today.

The International Quds Day is an annual event opposing Israel's occupation of Beitul-Muqaddas. Anti-Zionist rallies and demonstrations are held on the last Friday of Ramadan in Muslim and Arab countries around the world, specially in Iran.

Similar rallies have also been held in non-Muslim countries across the world in the last two decades.

The International Quds Day was started by the late Founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, in 1979 as a way of expressing solidarity with the Palestinians and underscoring importance of the holy Quds to Muslims.

Analysts say the Quds rallies will be staged with further zeal and enthusiasm across the world this year as the Zionist regime is intensifying its pressures and aggressions against people in the besieged Gaza Strip.