Aug 8, 2021, 1:09 PM
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Destabilisers should leave West Asia: Leader's advisor

Tehran, IRNA - Ali Akbar Velayati, a top foreign policy adviser to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution underlined that those who are the source of instability and insecurity should pull out their forces from the region.

Velayati made the remark in a meeting with Ziad al-Nakhala, the secretary general of the Islamic Jihad of Palestine, on Sunday, saying that those who are the root cause of insecurity and instability in the region should withdraw and the recent victories will definitely bring about precious developments for the Resistance front .

The path of confrontation and resistance has attained significant and indescribable progress, he said, adding that it could bring numerous triumphs for the oppressed nation of Palestine and other nations, so the way will continue proudly.

Al-Nakhala, for his part, expressed congratulation for President Ebrahim Raisi's victory in Iran's 2021 election, saying that the Islamic Republic of Iran has always stood with the resistance movement and the Palestinians' goals.

He went on to say that the Islamic Jihad and the oppressed people of Gaza Strip succeeded in resisting in the face of the Israeli occupiers and defeated them in the recent war.

The Palestinian resistance follows up the path of martyrs such as Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, the late commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), he added.

The martyrs and the resistance movement are stepping in a path of Imam Khomeini, depicting the US as the Great Satan, Israel as a cancerous tumor, and al-Quds as the axis of Islamic unity, the Palestinian official argued.

Al-Nakhala, who has traveled to Tehran to take part in Ebrahim Raisi's taking oath of office, has met with some Iranian officials and emphasized the need for continuing resistance to reach final victory.  

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