Addressing a gathering in Mashhad, Northeastern Iran, on Wednesday, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Supreme Leader’s Office for Relations and International Affairs Mohsen Qomi pointed to the ongoing regional crises, and said, “Confronting Israel is the common goal of all Muslim countries.”
He reiterated that Israel’s security is now at risk, and said, “We should imagine a world where there will be no US, Israel, Wahhabism and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and we should make use of the youth’s potentials to this end.”
In August, Iranian Parliament Speaker’s top adviser for international affairs Hossein Sheikholeslam underlined that the recent victory of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas against Israel would intensify Tel Aviv’s internal problems.
“After the end of war in Gaza, the real problems of Israel will begin,” Sheikholeslam said, addressing a meeting on the latest developments of Gaza attended by Islamic Jihad Representative in Tehran Abu Sharif.
He noted that Israel failed to achieve its goals in its war against the Palestinians in Gaza, and said, “Israel is diminishing now.”
Joyous Palestinians streamed into the streets of Gaza and celebrated victory after seven weeks of resistance against the Israeli offensive.