Normalization of ties with Israel equals to violation of Palestinians rights

IRNA – Senior advisor to Majlis speaker Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Monday criticized the idea of normalization of ties with the Zionist regime saying the only way to counter the usurper regime of Israel is Intifada and resistance of the oppressed Palestinian nation.

Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks in a meeting with the visiting Syrian member of Parliament and Vice-Chairman of Syrian Parliament’s National Reconciliation Commission Hossein Ragheb al-Hossein.

He deplored expansion of terror attacks on defenseless residents, particularly the besieged children and women of the Fuaa and Kafaria cities in Syria underlining that Iran’s serious resolve to fight terrorism in the region and help Syria.

UN has done no positive measure to prevent crimes being committed by the terrorist groups in Syria, Amir-Abdollahian lamented.

Referring to the significance of peace and security in the region, the Iranian official said that the Iranian government and Majlis support establishment of peace and stability and elimination of terrorist-Takfiri groups in the region.

Meanwhile, Ragheb al-Hossein expressed pleasure over attendance of the Syrian delegation in the newly-ended Sixth International Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada (Uprising) in Tehran, saying that guidelines of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Aki Khamenei on the central issue of Palestine and upholding legitimate rights of Palestinians are considered as a working plan for the Islamic Ummah.

The two-day conference on Intifada ended in the Iranian capital on Feb 23 issuing a final statement that called for the immediate end of the Zionist Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories.

Participation of the Syrian Parliament Speaker in the conference indicates the significance of the issue of Palestine and Syrian government and nation’s support for Intifada and freedom of the holy Quds, said Ragheb al-Hossein.

As to the critical conditions in the two besieged cities of Fuaa and Kafaria, he said that shortage of fuel, medicine and foodstuff has brought about worrisome conditions for the inhabitants of the two cities.

Lambasting silence of the international organizations against the crimes committed by the terrorist groups in Syria, he said that they have done nothing to help the residents of the two cities.