Iran's president calls for 'international inquiry' into Israel's use of banned weapons
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi called Tuesday for the creation of a "special international inquiry" into Israel's use of banned weapons in Gaza.
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Raisi was speaking during a virtual summit of the BRICS group of emerging economies held at the organization’s headquarters in South Africa, the official Iranian agency IRNA reported.
He said the Israeli atrocities in the Gaza Strip are indicative of the West's moral decline.
“Today, the whole world is in a struggle as we witness live the unprecedented violence and crime committed against Palestine in Gaza. What is happening in Gaza these days clearly reveals the injustice of the Western international system. The Gaza issue is a matter of humanity and justice,” he said.
Raisi argued that Israel and its supporters not only violate humanity, morality and the law, but also try to mislead world public opinion by providing disinformation.