Raeisi Calls for US and Israel to be Tried at ICC for Crimes Against Humanity

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi, speaking at the Tehran International Conference on Palestine, demanded that the United States and Israel face trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for their alleged crimes against humanity during the Israeli assault on the besieged Gaza Strip.

Iran (IMNA) - Raeisi strongly condemned Israel's actions, including the massacre of women and children and the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza. He criticized the unconditional support provided by countries claiming to advocate for human rights, particularly the United States and certain Western nations, regarding the atrocities committed against the Palestinians. The president also expressed disappointment in the perceived ineffectiveness of international organizations that purport to defend human rights in addressing the incidents in Gaza.

Iranian President Calls for New World Order Amidst Gaza War Crimes

In a recent statement, Iranian President Raeisi condemned the ongoing war crimes in Gaza, attributing them to an unjust world order. He emphasized the urgent need to establish a new world order and highlighted the significance of conferences like the Tehran conference in achieving this goal.

Raeisi pointed out the futility of attempts to normalize Israel's crimes in Gaza and reiterated the Palestinians' right to self-defense. He further criticized the United States and several Western nations, claiming that their true intentions were revealed during the genocidal campaign in Gaza. According to Raeisi, they are not advocates of peace but rather supporters of war.

The president also accused the US and its allies of blocking any UN Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Additionally, he alleged that these countries have been providing the Israeli regime with weapons and financial aid.

Iranian President Calls for Immediate End to Israeli Barbarism and Warns Against US Scheme of Forced Displacement in Gaza

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has strongly condemned the Israeli barbarism against the Palestinian people, describing them as an "oppressed but strong" population. In addition, President Raisi cautioned against the United States' plan to forcibly displace Palestinians from Gaza, accusing the Americans of being the "first and biggest violators of democracy in the world."

Raisi emphasized that the future of Gaza should be determined by its own people and its legitimate government, dismissing any American interference in the region's affairs. The Iranian president urged an immediate halt to the ongoing violence and called for a resolution that respects the rights and aspirations of the Palestinian population.

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