Muslims in Gaza are left outraged by the bloody events: Khamenei

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei expressed his concern over the events unfolding in Gaza, stating that the attacks on civilians have left a bitter taste for Muslims worldwide. During his Eid al-Fitr speech, he condemned Israel’s actions, saying that they have failed to defeat Palestinian fighters.

Khamenei also vowed retaliation for the attack on the Iranian consulate in Syria, calling it an assault on Iran’s sovereignty. He emphasized that the perpetrators of the attack must be punished for their actions, referring to them as an “evil regime.”

Iran’s Vice President for Legal Affairs, Mohammad Dehqan, announced that the country plans to file a lawsuit against Israel for the deadly attack on their consulate in Syria. The incident, which occurred on April 4, resulted in the loss of 14 lives and was deemed a violation of international law by Iran.

The Iranian leadership’s strong stance on these issues highlights the escalating tensions in the region and the gravity of the situation. As the situation continues to unfold, it remains to be seen how Iran will respond to the attacks and what impact it will have on the already volatile situation in the Middle East.


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