Iran warns US support emboldens Israeli regime for more brutalities in Gaza
Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi has warned of American’s weapons and intelligence aid to the Zionist regime has emboldened Tel Aviv to continue its brutal campaign against the people of Gaza.
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Tehran and Baghdad believe that the bombing of the people of Gaza should be stopped as soon as possible and a ceasefire should be implemented, President Raeisi said on Monday.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi made the remarks in a joint press conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammed S. Al-Sudani in Tehran's Sa'dabad palace.
Americans' weapons and intelligence aid to the Zionist regime has encouraged the regime to kill the people of Gaza, Raeisi added.
Americans' claim about helping a ceasefire in Gaza is completely false and has no compatibility with their actions, and they paved the way for the Zionist regime to kill the Palestinians, he said.
The Zionist regime collapsed after the disgraceful defeat by the Palestinian resistance forces, and the US wants to cover up this scandal with a crime, Raeisi noted.
Saying that the Israeli regime commits genocide in Gaza with the support of the Americans and some European countries, he added, "We believe that all supporters of the Zionist regime are complicit in this crime."
"We cooperate and support any action by Islamic countries, at the regional and international level, to prevent the Zionist regime and the American governing body from killing the innocent, oppressed people of Gaza, he said.
In the end, Raeisi appreciated the position of the Iraqi Prime Minister on the Palestinian issue.
The Iraqi Prime Minister, said for his part, "We emphasize the firm and principled position of Iraq in relation to the Palestinian issue and the struggle of the Palestinian people to realize their freedom and form an independent state with the capital of holy Quds."
The recent crisis was not just caused in the wake of the October 7 operation, but this crisis was the result of the Zionist regime's criminal policies against the Palestinian nation, which took place with the killing and displacement of the Palestinian nation, settlement policies and desecration of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, he noted.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Al-Sudani said, "Today, we talked about the privileged bilateral relations between Iran and Iraq. We witnessed that these relations have grown and expanded in many fields, so it will certainly benefit both Muslims and neighboring countries."
Referring to the recent Tehran-Baghdad security agreement, he said, "Fortunately, we witnessed that the security committee between Iran and Iraq succeeded in fulfilling its obligations regarding the border areas and places that created tension on the border and eliminated these tensions."