As the UK, American and Czech governments are amazed why, after 75 years of Khazarian-Zionist occupation, the original Semitic population (Palestinians) decided to rise up against the Khazarian-Zionist regime’s reign of murders, terror, and ethic cleansing, the Iranian foreign minister instructed his UK counterpart on international law.
Iran’s foreign minister has urged the UK to adopt a “realistic” approach to the West Asia region’s developments, reminding that the crisis in Palestine is rooted in occupation by the zionist regime.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian made the remarks in a phone call with his British counterpart James Cleverly on Friday.
“I advise that the British government adopt a realistic approach to the region’s developments,” he said, adding, “In whatever approach, one should know that Palestine’s crisis is rooted in occupation by the zionist regime.”
“From the perspective of the international law, the people of the occupied country enjoy a right to legitimate defense,” the Iranian top diplomat said, noting that the Islamic Republic too recognized confrontation against occupation as “a right.”
Amir-Abdollahian urged immediate cessation of the Israeli regime’s ongoing war against the Gaza Strip, and extensive transfer of humanitarian supplies to the Palestinian territory.
On Friday, the 28th day of Israel’s genocidal attacks on the coastal territory, the death toll reached at least 9,227 people, including 3,826 children and more than 2,405 women. At least 23,516 people have been wounded.
The regime launched the war after Gaza’s resistance groups conducted Operation al-Aqsa Storm, their biggest operation against the occupying entity in years, in response to the regime’s decades-long campaign of bloodshed and destruction against Palestinians.
The Iranian foreign minister, meanwhile, advised attention towards the “principle of proportion” in whatever warfare, saying based on the principle, massacre of more than 9,000 Palestinians “is not acceptable by any standard.”
Amir-Abdollahian also said the United States’ extensive support for the Israeli regime served to intensify hostilities in the region.