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Publish Date: 15:01 - 21 June 2017
TEHRAN, June 21, YJC - Iran’s president says expansion of terrorism in the region will help Zionists act more freely in their occupying Palestine.

Qods Day, day of Palestine resuscitation: Rouhani

TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - Pointing out to Qods Day, the last Friday of Ramadan, and its importance for Islam World, the Iranian president Hassan Rouhani said that Qods Day is the day of Palestine issue resuscitation, an issue which depict a great oppression practiced by Zionist upon Palestinian nation.

“If we want to control Zionism in the region, then a unity must be established in the world of Islam and disagreements be solved, and we should know that blowing out the disagreements benefits the Zionists,” Rouhani said noting that Zionists directly or indirectly interfere disagreements among the region’s countries. "These problems should be solved in a friendly manner and through dialogue", he added.

Rouhani remarked that the increase of terrorism in the region is in favor of Zionists, for all of the human and financial resources of the region’s countries will be spent to fight terrorism, therefore Zionist regime continues its invading Palestine much more easily, and Palestion would lose its importance in the Muslim World gradually.

The Islamic Republic of Iran, Dr. Rouhani went on, therefore does not let terrorism expand in the region, and supports all of the nations fighting against terrorism.

Also, with regard to the recent missiles Iran fired to Daesh positions in Syria, the President stressed “we declared from the beginning that our missiles are defensive ones and do not ask permission of any body for our defense power”.

He noted that the terrorists and their supporters should know that Iran is different form other countries and does not let them to make Iran their battlefield, and that the presence of Iranians in Qods Day rally will prove that.

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