TEHRAN, Jul. 28 (Press Shia Agency) – People across Iran marched on streets to protest against the crimes of Israeli regime and Burmese government against Muslims.
Tehran Friday prayers who rallied in support of people of Palestine and Myanmar and in protesting against crimes of Israeli regime and the massacre of Muslims in Myanmar read a final statement at the end of their march on Friday.
The protesters who condemned the crack-down at al-Aqsa Mosque and the state genocide of Muslims in Myanmar urged the Foreign Ministry to reflect the anger of the Iranian nation at international communities.
“These days the Islamic world is suffering from a new pain imposed by the arrogant powers and their mercenaries,” reads the opening of the statement, “the attack of Zionists on al-Aqsa Mosque, the first Qibla of Muslims, killing some young and injuring more than 1000 Palestinian revolutionaries revealed the sinister face of Israel once again.”
The statement also laments the carnage of Muslims in Myanmar, something which it ascribes to the support of arrogant powers.
The first article of the statement says that the ‘fake regime of Israel is afraid of Palestinians’ intifada and their resistance.’ It says that the Israeli regime is trying to usurp the mosque and then the whole land from Palestinians. It asserts that they spare no trick and crime on their way to fulfill their goal. “But the arrogant and the ignorant heads of Israel should know that the movement of Palestine’s Intifada will continue till the full victory when the divine promise in the holy Quran will come true and Israel will be eradicated from the face of the world.”
“Al-Aqsa Mosque is the first Qibla of Muslims and desecrating this holy place is offending Islamic values and assuredly the Muslims and freedom seekers of the world will not keep quiet against the recent desecrations of Israeli regime,” the statement reads while calling for immediate response to the serious consequences of the crimes committed by occupiers in Palestine.
The statement also denounces the international communities and organizations which have turned blind eyes to the crimes committed against Muslims in Palestine and Myanmar. “This fatal silence proves once again, that these so called international communities are the mercenaries of the arrogant powers.”