US Disgraced in World by Supporting Israeli Crimes in Gaza: Official

13:14 - February 26, 2024
News ID: 3487338
IQNA – The all-out support from the US and Europe for the Israeli regime amid the ongoing atrocities in the Gaza Strip revealed the true colors of these Western government before the eyes of the world more than before.

Funeral for a Palestinian killed in the Israeli regime's attacks


This is according to Hojat-ol-Islam Mohammad Hassan Akhtari, an advisor to Iran’s president and the chairman of the Committee for the Support of the Islamic Revolution of the Palestinian People.

Speaking in an interview with IQNA, he noted that the Americans claim to advocate democracy and human rights but they showed their true colors in recent developments and with their support for the Zionist regime’s crimes in Gaza.

It showed that the Western countries’ claims are false and only meant to serve their own interest, he stated.

He stressed that the majority of people in the US and Europe support Palestine and are opposed to the Zionists’ barbaric actions.

Hojat-ol-Islam Akhtari noted that there have even been differences growing among US officials regarding the support for Israel, with some senators calling for an end to supporting the genocide in Gaza.

He stressed that these developments point to the fact that global protests have been effective in shedding light on the Tel Aviv regime’s atrocities and barbarism.

US Disgraced in World by Supporting Israeli Crimes in Gaza: Official

The official further noted that the Israeli genocidal war on the Gaza Strip is just one example of the regime’s crimes, adding that Israel has been committing crimes against Palestinians for 75 years.

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He also described the Al-Aqsa Flood Operation, which was launched against the Zionist by the Hamas resistance movement on October 7, as a historic defeat for the Zionist regime that shattered its image of invincibility.

The Israeli regime’s attacks on Gaza over the past five months have killed nearly 30,000 Palestinians and injured thousands more.