Iran has scheduled an online international conference on al-Quds on 18-19 May to discuss the strategy of the resistance movement against Israeli regime.
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Ayatollah Alireza A’rafi, chairman of the international Quds conference announced a two-day online conference will be held on the eve of the International Quds Day in line with discussing the strategy of the resistance movement amid the recent US-backed annexation plans by Israeli regime, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He said,” The upcoming international event means to highlight the issue of al-Quds using the capacity of elites, NGOs and the great Arba’een movement in line with explaining the plots by Zionist regime of Israel and world arrogant powers in occupation of the Palestinian lands, strategy of the resistance movement against the Zionist regime and also discussing the role of state terrorism in the issue of Palestine and the world of Islam.”
According to the cleric the axes of this conference include Quds in view of late Imam Khomeini (RA) and Supreme Leader, state terrorism of the Zionist regime, discourse of Islamic resistance and liberation of al-Quds and also the role of martyred commanders of resistance in combating the Zionist regime of Israel.
Ayatollah Arafi counted the deal of century, US plots to stabilize occupation, media and artistic aspects of projecting al-Quds Day, Arba’een and Quds, Palestine through history, extremism, terrorism and issue of Palestine, Palestine and human rights issues and also Palestine among the other axes for the conference.
Participants in the online conference on al-Quds are among the scientific, cultural and political elites from Pakistan, Iraq, Palestine, Bangladesh, Canada, Thailand, Bahrain, Indonesia, Syria, US, UK, Lebanon, South Africal and Nigeria among more countries .
The online conference is sponsored by the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, international deputy at Bureau of the Supreme Leader, center for relations and international affairs at the seminary and world forum for Muslim university professors.