Al-Aqsa mosque limitations to result in new Intifada: Speaker advisor
Tehran, July 22, Imposing oppressive rules which limit entrance of real owners of Palestine to Al-Aqsa mosque will inflict a new intifada in the occupied lands, an advisor to the Iranian Parliament Speaker said on Saturday.
The Secretary General of the Permanent Secretariat to Support Palestinian Intifada Hossein Amir Abdollahian made the remarks in a message released in his telegram account.
Islamic Republic supports the recent position of Palestinian resistance leaders in condemning Zionist regime's crimes, he noted.
The official said cut of Fatah Movement relations with the occupying regime is necessary.
The demonstration of oppressed people of Palestine in the 'Day of Rage' showed that the Palestinians cannot stay patient any more in the face of the Quds occupying regime's crimes, he added.
Amirabdollahian noted that imposing restrictions on Palestinians for entering the Al-Aqsa mosque is against international rules and the Zionist regime obligations.
He referred to Zionist regime's shelling Palestinian protesters in the 'Day of Rage' and said Zionist regime forces injured and martyred 400 people and it needs immediate international and Islamic communities' immediate and serious reaction.
It is regrettable that Zionist regime has entered the hospitals and arrested some of the injured, said Amirabdollahian, adding that the resistance movement and the Palestinian people will respond to Zionist regime's crimes.
He underlined continuation of Iran support for the oppressed people of Palestine.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency