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Islamic Unity Conference: Resistance to liberate Palestine is not separated from resistance to liberate other Arab territories

TEHRAN, (ST)- Participants in the 33rd Islamic Unity Conference in Tehran have affirmed that the Palestinian cause is the Islamic nation's core issue, noting the failure of all attempts to separate the Islamic world from this cause.

In their final statement at the conclusion of the conference, the participants said that the Zionist entity poses a threat not only to Palestine but to all Islamic countries. They called for uniting Islamic countries' efforts in support for resistance against the Zionist-American aggression on the Islamic nation.

Resistance to liberate Palestine is not separate from resistance to liberate other Arab territories occupied by the Zionist entity including the occupied Syrian Golan and Sheb'a Farms in Lebanon, according to the statement.

 The statement expressed the participants' condemnation of all forms of normalization with the Zionist entity, calling on freedom-loving peoples to adopt a decisive stance on normalization and on disinformation attempts.

The statement condemned Israel's incessant aggression on the Palestinian people and lashed out at the assassination of Bahaa Abu Ata, a leader in the Palestinian "al-Quds Brigades" faction, and the assassination attempt of Akram al-Ajouri, a leader in the Palestinian "al-Jihad" movement.

It reiterated the Palestinian people's right to resist aggression and fight to liberate their land and called for lifting the unjust siege imposed on Gaza.

The statement urged the Islamic states to support the Palestinian marches of return until the entire Palestinian territories are liberated, regretting the inability of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to adopt a firmer stance to put an end to the Israeli repeated acts of aggression on Islamic states like Palestine, Syria and Yemen.

The participants of the 33rd Islamic Unity Conference stressed their rejection of the US economic terrorism imposed on Iran and condemned Washington's support for terrorism.

Hamda Mustafa

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