IRNA – Representatives of Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) thanked Iran in two separate meetings with Iranian Parliamentary Director General for International Affairs and Assistant to Speaker of Parliament Hossein Amir-Abdollahian at the Iranian embassy in Beirut on Monday, IRNA News Agency reported.

Referring to the new developments in the region in the first meeting, Amir-Abdollahian told Osameh Hamdan and Ali Baraka senior members of Hamas that Israel was forced to remove the electronic gates just after the Palestinians unanimously resisted against the aggressive moves of the Tel Aviv regime

Thanking Iran for supporting Palestinians, Hamas representatives said that the Palestinians consider al-Aqsa Mosque their own property and won’t let the Israelis invade it and resisting against Israel will continue until the liberation of Palestine.

In another meeting with a mission from PFLP headed by Abu Ahmad Fouad, the former Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs said that many-year experiences show that the only way to regain Palestinians’ rights is resistance.

He added Palestinians groups have chosen the way based on logic and pragmatism, and the Islamic Republic of Iran will continue to support them as strongly as it can.

Fouad said, ‘while many regional countries are trying to normalize their relations with the Israeli regime, Iran is the standard-bearer of combating Israel and the cause of liberating Palestine.’

Iranian Ambassador in Beirut Mohammad Fathali, too, attended the meetings.

Source: IRNA

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funny news site, full of zionists giving praise to assad while also supporting israel… to think that the israeli leaders would agree with them on the first part!

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Some must have brain simply supporting sustainable future, building of peace and stability instead of stupid and bloody struggles. This is also supporting some of the UN founding principles, going against historical forgeries. The funniest fact about Zionism was that nobody gave a fuck about the west of the Jordan river as long that the Jews’ settlers hard work made the economy begin to sky-rocket, beginning by agriculture! Just go read Ottoman or Brit censuses and be ready for a shock learning about the Arab population in Israel! In fact, by 1917, you had less than 100k people with maybe… Read more »

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And people wonder why Israel opposes Iran and its allies.

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Actually, they make a TERRIBLE mistake!
While the al-Saouds used Saddam as a proxy against Iran, Israel saved Iran’s a*s!
By doing on like this, they will lose Putin’s support : he’s not joking when he says that Iran’s attitude towards Israel is intolerable.
By backing PFLP, they can just ruin any attempt of normalisation with the EU.
They’re shooting themselves a bullet in the foot!
How can one be so stupid!

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Why does every faction initially provide essential support for what later becomes their greatest enemy?! This happens too often, it’s ridiculous.

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To minimise the risks for their faction members.
The problem is when you back extremists, they always end biting the hand that feeds ’em : it’s the same while you feed rabid dogs!

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“While the al-Saouds used Saddam as a proxy against Iran” Typical Daeshbag. Lying, leaving things out and presenting the Saudis (or Turkey) as the evil puppet master. The Gulf despots backed Saddam but the main puppet master was the US. Other supporters were France, the UK, the USSR and some other communist states (which were friends of Iraq even before the war unlike the West), West Germany… “Israel saved Iran’s a*s” Iran was saved by the bravery of its soldiers. And when it comes to the weapons. Iran was in a desperate need for weapons (since it was fighting a… Read more »

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Putin discussing about Iran/Israel relations… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74uFvyHh3HM I think this is clear, isn’t it? ““Israel saved Iran’s ass” Iran was saved by the bravery of its soldiers. And when it comes to the weapons. Iran was in a desperate need for weapons (since it was fighting a war). The US send Iran weapons with the help of the Zionist regime and used the money to fund terrorists against Nicaragua.” => Actually, US took profit from the Mossad network with Iran as Israel was the #1 source for arming Khomeini and his cronies… If you call sending hundreds of aircraft technicians, dismantling… Read more »

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“I think this is clear, isn’t it?”Putin says that he doesn’t agree with Iran’s stance towards the Zionist regime (or that this stance is “not acceptable”) and you make it seem as if Russia will cut all ties with Iran. When it comes to Osirak- the Zionist regime had it easy since Iran destroyed a great party of the Iraqi air force and it would have taken many years for Iraq to build nuclear weapons even if the Zionist had not destroyed Osirak. “how d’ya call this?” War profitation. Iran was attacked by (then) Wester backed Iraq and it neadet… Read more »

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Ah, PFLP, the part of PLO which hired Carlos the Jackal to do terror attacks in France…
Does Iran knows that Hamas harbours ISIS/Sinai?
They are so nice at torturing/murdering that the son of Sheikh Youssef, one of their leaders, turned to Shin Bet, scandalised by their actions! And he was groomed to become the supreme leader of Hamas since youngest age!

And after Iran pretends to fight terrorism…
Well, they can accuse US of double standards but they are the same

“will continue until the liberation of Palestine”
=> For sure! It won’t stop against the Fakestinians are expelled once and for good.

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Ah, France, the part of the West which has been a major contributor in the Western war against the Third World. “Does Iran knows that Hamas harbours ISIS/Sinai?” Daesh has declared a war against Hamas and unlike its “war” with the Zionist regime (firing some rockets into fields and claiming responsibility for stabbing attacks) there have been many attacks against Palestinians in the Gaza strip. “And after Iran pretends to fight terrorism” The US pretends to fight terrorism, the UK pretends to fight terrorism, France pretends to fight terrorism, Turkey pretends to fight terrorism, KSA pretends to fight terrorism, the… Read more »

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Arafat entered the Muslim Brotherhood in 1948. The leader of MB for Mandatory Palestine was Hajj Amin al-Husseini, al-Aqsa’s grand mufti.
He actually became a Waffen SS general and had what we call now PLO, trained by Otto Skorzeny, Hitler’s Mr. black ops.
It was Hassan al-Banna himself that translated ‘Mein Kampf’ into Arab (thus forgetting what Adolf said about Arabs in his book… And it’s not really flattering onto Arabs, hehe).
Thus, nope, you don’t “call” PLO as Nazis : they actually ARE f*****g Nazis, that’s a fact!

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“Arafat entered the Muslim Brotherhood in 1948.” No. “Arafat fought alongside the Muslim Brotherhood, although he did not join the organization. ” And he fought with them in the 1948. war not because of ideological reasons (“he was an Arab nationalist”) but because their fight against Zionism. “He actually became a Waffen SS general and had what we call now PLO” Who? Arafat or Husseini “thus forgetting what Adolf said about Arabs in his book” Today we have many Neo-Nazi simpaters among people (for example among Slavic people) whom the Nazis would consider as “Untermenschen”. Those are delusional people who… Read more »

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If the politics of Israel was close to the Nazis, population in Gaza wouldn’t have growth from 300k in 1970 to 1.8 millions now… Frankly, the “Zios” are pretty nice with the Fakestinians, especially Hamas ruled Gaza… The most bloodiest era was the war on Gaza after these idiots shot about more than 4000 rockets in a 1+ month time… Another country wouldn’t had showed so much retain but more likely hit any launch pad with a 900kg laser guided bomb, maybe a thermobaric one, no matter the collateral damage in a pattern like “OK, they want to use human… Read more »

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“If the politics of Israel was close to the Nazis” The politis of the Zionist regime are closer to that of the Nazis given that they want to destroy the Palestinian people and their culture in Palestini. You claim that the Palestinians are “Nazis” so I ask you-where is their “Nazi” success? “the “Zios” are pretty nice with the Fakestinians” They “only” kill hundreds of Palestinian civilians. “The most bloodiest era was the war on Gaza” Which Gaza war? You know that every few years the Zionist regime attacks Gaza and kills hundreds and hundreds of Palestinian civilians (compared to… Read more »