Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the foreign minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, wrote a letter on Sunday amid the continuation of the Zionist regime’s crimes in Gaza to Paul Richard Gallagher, the Vatican secretary for relations.
“The world needs calmness, peace and morality more than ever. Unfortunately, today we are facing a new face of modern savagery in the occupied Palestinian territories,” the top Iranian diplomat wrote in his letter.
“The horrific crime of the Zionist regime in attacking the Al-Ahli hospital and the bombing of the Saint Porphyrius Church in Gaza, where children and women were sheltering, shows another angle of the savage and fierce nature of the Zionist regime.”
“This shows that the Israeli regime practices systematic apartheid not only against Muslims, but against the followers of all Abrahamic religions, including Christians,” he added.
“Undoubtedly, the unanimity of Muslims, Christians and Jews in confronting the crimes of the Zionist regime will play an effective role in curbing the extremism of the Zionists, the restoration of peace to the world, and the establishment of moral values,” he concluded.
Amir-Abdollahian’s phone call with Egyptian counterpart:
“Tel Aviv is trying to establish a Palestinian state, outside the historical land of the Palestinians, but resistance has been the main barrier to the realization of the troubled dreams of the Zionists,” Hossein Amir-Abdollahian told Sameh Shoukry.
“The ultimate goal of the fake and occupying Israeli regime is the forced evacuation of the residents of Gaza and the West Bank to the Sinai region of Egypt and parts of Jordan,” he added.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister, for his part, gave explanations about the recent meeting in Cairo, welcomed Iran’s humanitarian aid and emphasized the need for consultation and continued coordination between Islamic and Arab countries, including Iran and Egypt, regarding the issue of Palestine.
In the conversation, the parties emphasized the immediate cessation of the killing of the Palestinian people, the sending of humanitarian aid, and also emphasized the firm opposition to the policy of forced displacement of the Palestinian residents of the Gaza Strip.
“We are against spread of the war and we believe that the Palestinian people should remain in their land,” Shoukry added.
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