Iranian President Highlights Global Anti-Israel Sentiments, Raises Concerns Over Inaction on Gaza Crimes

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi emphasized the increasing anti-Israel sentiments worldwide, expressing concerns over the lack of action by international organizations regarding the occupying regime's crimes in the Gaza Strip.

Iran (IMNA) - Speaking at Tehran's Mehrabad International Airport before departing for Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, to discuss regional matters, President Raeisi stated that Gaza remains the most crucial issue he intends to address at the 16th summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) and during his meetings with other heads of state.

President Raeisi stressed that people from diverse backgrounds, dialects, religions, and faiths across the globe harbor deep animosity towards the Zionist regime and its abhorrent actions. He further noted the failure of support mechanisms for the oppressed and expressed disappointment with the inaction of international organizations towards Gaza. This perceived unfairness has led people to believe that the voice of the oppressed is not being heard.

The Iranian president embarked on an official visit to Dushanbe at the invitation of his Tajik counterpart, Emomali Rahmon. During the trip, President Raeisi is expected to engage in discussions with Tajik officials and participate in the signing of various cooperation agreements between the two countries. These agreements will cover a wide range of areas, including the economy, commerce, industry, transportation, energy, culture, science, new technologies, and the fight against narcotics.

On Wednesday, the Iranian chief executive responded to a recent threat made by an extremist Israeli minister to use nuclear weapons against Gaza. The Iranian official stated that these remarks only serve to validate Iran's position regarding Israel. He emphasized that the Islamic Republic views the existence of the Israeli regime as a threat to society and stressed the importance of confronting it and defending the rights of the oppressed Palestinian people.

The conflict between Israel and Gaza escalated on October 7, following Hamas's Operation Al-Aqsa Storm against the occupying entity. As a result of the ongoing aggression, the Tel Aviv regime has caused significant casualties among Palestinians. The death toll currently stands at a minimum of 10,328 individuals, with the majority being women and children. Additionally, nearly 26,000 others have been injured. Moreover, the Israeli regime has subjected the coastal enclave to a comprehensive blockade, resulting in severe shortages of fuel, electricity, food, and water for the more than two million Palestinians residing there.

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