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Palestine issue, Israeli atrocities, the highest criminal case

Palestinians wave flags during a rally in the northern Israeli town of Sakhnin marking Land Day.

Tehran, July 29, IRNA – Palestine issue and Israeli atrocities are considered as the highest criminal case, Secretary of the international conference on Palestine said on Monday.

Hojatoleslam Mostafa Ranjbar Shirazi made the remarks in the international conference on Palestine underway in Tehran.

He said that if Muslims mull compiling an Encyclopedia of words including crimes, murder and displacement of humanity, its maximum part will be alluded to Israeli criminals.

If the International Court of Justice be held to deal with the crimes committed in Palestine, it is clear crystal that that the Israeli leaders would be held accountable for crimes against humanity and at the same time they have inflicted heavy losses on Judaism, he noted.

The international conference on Palestine started work on Monday with participation of world cultural figures as well as representatives of Islamic states and the Islamic Jihad Movement of Palestine.

The conference is being co-sponsored by the Tehran-based Islamic Culture and Relations Organization and Majlis committee supporter of Palestinian Intifada.

Advisor to the Supreme Leader on International Affairs Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri, head of the ICRO Mohammad Baqer Khorramshad and Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian were also present in the conference.

Palestine international conference is being held in the Iranian capital in the run-up to International Qods Day, the last Friday of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, which falls on August 2 this year.

The conference is to review developments of the two-year Islamic Awakening in the Middle East and North Africa.

It is planned to focus on the importance of resistance dialogue in order to foil conspiracies of the bullying powers to mislead the movements of independent Muslim nations.



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