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News ID: 90688
Publish Date : 28 May 2021 - 21:48
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GENEVA (Dispatches) -- Iran’s permanent ambassador to the UN office in Geneva says the Middle East will never live to witness an end to the current vicious cycle of violence as long as the occupying regime of Israel is allowed to carry on with its atrocities with impunity.
Esmaeil Baghaei Hamaneh made the remarks on Thursday during a speGENEVA (Dispatches) -- Iran’s permanent ambassador to the UN office in Geneva says the Middle East will never live to witness an end to the current vicious cycle of violence as long as the occupying regime of Israel is allowed to carry on with its atrocities with impunity.
Esmaeil Baghaei Hamaneh made the remarks on Thursday during a special United Nations Human Rights Council session held to address “the grave human rights situation” in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.
The regional turmoil, he said, would bubble up while the “criminals” keep avoiding accountability because of this impunity and the occupation of Palestine continues as a result of “compromise or silence,” he said.
Hamaneh said the administration of justice and pressure on the Zionist regime to answer for its crimes against the Palestinians should turn into the international community’s urgent demand.
The occupying regime’s supporters, who try to explain its savagery, under the pretext that it should be able to “defend itself” must also be held to account for their emboldening it and obstructing justice, he added.
Hamaneh reiterated the Islamic Republic’s assertion that “the only sustainable” way out of this crisis is to hold a referendum among all of Palestine’s residents and those who have been displaced from the land as a result of Tel Aviv’s occupation and aggression.
Such a vote would enable Palestinians to exercise “their right to self-determination”, he added.
The session came after weeks of Israeli escalation against Palestinian worshippers and protesters across the occupied West Bank, including the holy city of Al-Quds, that left dozens of Palestinians martyred.
The regime then ramped up its attacks against the besieged Gaza Strip that had risen up in protest against the escalation, martyring at least 253 others.%MCEPASTEBIN%

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