President Raeisi Commends Iranian Nation's Maximal Participation in International Quds Day Rallies, Foresees Israeli Regime's Collapse

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi expressed his gratitude to the Iranian people for their maximal presence in International Quds Day rallies held across the country.

Iran (IMNA)- He believes that the growing global opposition to the Israeli regime's atrocities will ultimately lead to the regime's downfall. The pro-Palestinian event, initiated by the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, takes place annually on the last Friday of Ramadan. This year's rallies witnessed millions of individuals from Iran and around the world participating amid the ongoing Israeli regime's genocidal actions against the Gaza Strip since October. Participants, representing diverse backgrounds and social classes, waved Iranian and Palestinian flags, along with banners stating "Free Palestine" and "Al-Quds must be liberated." President Raeisi's message highlighted the importance of the Iranian nation's active participation in the occasion, emphasizing that their presence signifies unity and support for the Palestinian people and Gaza.

President Raeisi Celebrates Iranian People's Glorious Presence in Quds Day Rallies, Predicts Global Downfall of Israeli Regime

In a statement issued later in the day, President Ebrahim Raeisi expressed his gratitude to the Iranian people for their honorable participation in this year's International Quds Day rallies. The rallies witnessed an "epic and commendable" presence from the Iranian nation, creating enduring scenes of integrity and solidarity in support of the oppressed Palestinian nation and Gaza. Raeisi emphasized that this presence sent a loud message to global arrogance, asserting that oppression, fury, and homicide will ultimately fail. He also emphasized that the global and universal movement against the Israeli regime will result in the fulfillment of a divine promise and the eventual annihilation of the Zionist regime.

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