Referendum Only Practical Solution To Palestinian Issue: Iran

Tehran- Iran Thursday reiterated its demand for a referendum with the participation of all the genuine residents of erstwhile Palestinian territories calling it the only practical and democratic solution for the determination of the destiny and future of Palestine.

While many initiatives have been proposed to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, such as the two-state solution or the so-called ‘Deal of the Century’, the Islamic Republic is calling for a referendum that allows all original residents of Palestinian territories to decide their fate.

Since the start of the holy month of Ramadan, tensions between Palestinians and Israelis have been running high, as Israeli forces have stepped up raids on al-Aqsa Mosque, assaulting Muslim worshipers inside prayer halls and providing protection to the Israeli settlers desecrating Islam’s third holiest site.

Observers warn that the escalating tensions in the occupied old city of al-Quds could lead to another full-scale conflict between Palestinian resistance forces and Israel.

This event is held ahead of International Quds Day, a global pro-Palestine rally that takes place every year on the last Friday of the month of Ramadan.

The occasion seeks to bring the Palestinian cause to light with the hope to mobilize a global action against Israel’s continuous violation of Palestinians’ rights.

Meanwhile the Middle East was preparing to bash Israel on Quds Day.

In Gaza, the Islamic Jihad group’s armed wing launched Jenin aerial drones on the eve of Quds Day.

In a video released by the group, a Jenin drone can be seen dropping an explosive device on an Israeli military jeep in September 2019.

The group’s military commander Abu Hamza vowed that the organization alongside other resistance groups will one day turn Israel into a “mass of fire and flame.” He further told Israel not to meddle with the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

“Violating the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Islamic holy sites in Palestine [will lead to] opening new and wide fronts against the enemy entity. The geography of the coming battle will transcend the borders of Palestine,” Abu Hamza said in a statement.

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