Jul 30, 2014, 7:27 PM
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Iranian minister urges ILO to help stop Zionist atrocities in Gaza

Tehran, July 30, IRNA – Minister of Cooperative, Labor and Welfare Ali Rabiee in a letter on Wednesday called on director of International Labor Organization (ILO) as a main institute to protect labor rights to use all its influence to halt the Israeli atrocities in the besieged Gaza Strip.

According to the ministry's Public Relations Department, Rabiee recalled in his annual report to 2014 ILO Summit that cruel bombardment against the Gazans have turned the region into a explosive box.

He further noted that he as the current leader of Non-Aligned Movement's (NAM) labor ministers has written to his counterparts urging them to join hands to help Gazans and stop Zionist regime's crimes against humanity there.

"In my letter to my NAM counterparts, I have denounced Zionist regime's disproportionate violence against defenseless people which violate all human criteria," the minister said.

Rabiee said that he has written to director of UNICEF declaring massacre of civilians, innocent children in particular, is intolerable and contravenes all human and international regulations.

He has also urged UNICEF to pave the way to enable the countries to send their humanitarian aid to the oppressed children in Gaza.

He said that Iranian hospitals are ready to admit the Palestinians in need of medical treatment if they are transferred to Tehran.

Rabiee said that labor unions have announced they would stage protests outside UN office in Tehran against the Israeli crimes against Gazans.

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