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Iran's Rouhani calls for uprising on US Jerusalem move

07 December 2017, 03:19 | Erica Roy

Iran's Rouhani calls for uprising on US Jerusalem move

Iran's Rouhani calls for uprising on US Jerusalem move

For his part, the Turkish president said US President Donald Trump's worrying decision results from internal rifts in the Muslim world, stressing that Muslim countries should stand united against the US move that is in violation of human rights and of all UN decisions about the status of Quds.

The statement by Zarif came immediately after Donald Trump declared that the United States recognizes al-Quds the as capital of Israel and announced plans to relocate the US embassy there.

Speaking to local reporters, Khamenei referred to Jerusalem by using the Arabic name for the city, Quds.

He made the remarks to a group of top Iranian officials, regional officials and religious figures attending a conference in Tehran.


Iran has long supported its Shia Muslim allies in the Palestinian territories. "The Palestinians will be free, the people of Palestine will be victorious in the end", he added.

At the same gathering, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said, "Quds belongs to Islam, Muslims and the Palestinians, and there is no place for new adventurism by global oppressors", according to Mizan, the news site for the Iranian judiciary.

The Iranian president went on to say: "We have to be aware and ready in the face of the USA, the Zionist entity and their tails". Adding that, "on the issue of Palestine, [US] hands are tied and they can not advance their goals" and so "have to start a war in the region to protect the security of the Zionist regime".

The imprudent and provocative decision of the U.S. to recognize Jerusalem (al-Quds) as the capital of the Zionist regime not only does not at all contribute to peace and stability in the region but also reveals the nasty intentions of the United States administration and further discredits the USA before those who still have confidence in the neutrality of Washington in the mirage-like trend of peace talks. "American government officials have said themselves that we have to start a war in the region to protect the security of the Zionist regime", Khamenei said.



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