Iran has written to 50 countries to cut ties with Israel
Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi has sent a letter to 50 countries to put pressure on Israel to stop the war in Gaza.
In a letter sent on Monday (November 20) to the governments and heads of state of 50 countries including Russia, China, Turkey, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Kenya and Jordan, Raisi called for the severance of trade and political relations with Israel.
In that letter, Ibrahim Raisi said, if the independent countries of the world, especially the Muslim countries, cut off all ties with Israel, then it will be possible to curb the killing of innocent civilians including women and children in Gaza. He praised the Palestinian resistance fighters for their fearless fight against Israeli aggression.
Iran’s president strongly condemned Israel for brutally killing thousands of people in the besieged Gaza Strip for more than 45 days. He also harshly criticized the Western countries for openly supporting this crime, saying that the Gaza war is proof of the double policy adopted by the Western countries regarding human rights and morality.
Raisi attended the Abar League and OIC meeting held in Saudi Arabia on November 11 to end the war in Gaza. In that meeting, he called upon Arab and Islamic countries to cut economic ties with Israel. Source: Tas
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