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Iran Invites the World to Commemorate
International Al-Quds Day in Support of Palestine


Iranians flocked to the streets in huge numbers around the country to commemorate International Quds Day, which comes on the last Friday of Ramadan. (Source: THE TEHRAN TIMES)

The Islamic Republic of Iran thinks that the normalization of relations between some Arab countries and Israel’s apartheid regime is the product of strategic miscalculation. This incorrect thinking leads them to overlook Palestinian rights advocates and fall into the trap set by the US and the Zionist state, whose ultimate purpose is to split the Islamic nation and maintain its control. 

The Islamic Republic of Iran considers the Deal of the Century and normalization of the zionist regime’s relations with Islamic nations to be a betrayal of the Palestinian people’s rights and principles. “We consider normalization efforts as a weapon to reinforce the Zionist regime’s unlawful occupation of Palestinian territory and the building of a Single State on Palestinian soil,” he stated. 

What is crucial in relation to Palestine is the act of “occupation” as an illegal step that is contrary to international regulations, where normalization of relations is a form of acceptance of the occupation at a time when this (occupation) is contrary to international law and contrary to the constitutions of various countries, then the Islamic Republic of Iran invites all countries of the world, particularly Muslim countries, to make the necessary efforts to fully sue the occupation.

M. Raihan Ronodipuro was awarded the Chinese MOFCOM Scholarship and earned a Master of Law in International Relations from the School of International and Public Affairs at Jilin University in China. He serves as an Associate Researcher in the Department of Politics and Security at the Center for Indonesia-China Studies (CICS). Raihan is currently working as a special aide to the Gerindra Party faction at the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR RI), assigned to committee 1 (defense, foreign, and Information Affairs).


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