Iran FM condemns Israeli actions after Nakba Day events

May 16, 2011 10:01


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Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi on Monday condemned IDF actions against Palestinian ralliers in Lebanon, the West Bank, and Golan, saying these actions violate international norms, PressTV reported quoting the Iranian Foreign Ministry.

The Iranian official also called on the international community to "deal with Israeli crimes as soon as possible," PressTV said.

Salehi stressed the Palestinians' right of return and added that the recent protests were inspired by the wave of "Islamic awakening" in the region.

He said the only way "to tackle Tel Aviv's repressive policies is through massive popular resistance," and expressed Tehran's support for Palestinian demonstrators.

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