Jan 7, 2024, 3:52 PM
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Turkish official: Gen Soleimani martyr of entire world

Jan 7, 2024, 3:52 PM
News ID: 85346621
Turkish official: Gen Soleimani martyr of entire world

Tehran, IRNA - Chairman of the Vatan Party of Türkiye Doğu Perinçek has described Martyr General Qasem Soleimani as the martyr of the entire world in fighting imperialism and Zionism.

Perinçek made the remarks in a message to Iran's vice president for "pursuing social rights and freedoms" Sakineh Sadat Paad on the anniversary of General Soleimani's martyrdom.

"General Kasım Soleimani and his fighting friend Abu Mahdi are among the nations of Iran and Iraq. They are the martyrs of the entire Islamic world and all the people of the world who fought against imperialism and Zionism," the message reads.

"How happy we are that we have countless heroes in these lands who did not hesitate in the fight against imperialism, Zionism, separatist and takfiri terrorist organizations," it added.

By murdering Qassem Soleimani, they conquered Syria and Iraq. They thought they could surrender Yemen, Lebanon, Turkey, Iran and Palestine. But they could not.

"Today, our states and nations, especially Palestine, are fighting on the front lines against the aggression of American imperialism and Israeli Zionism. In this war. Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Palestine, Azerbaijan and Russia are our brothers in the front," Perinçek said.

"The legacy that Qassem Soleimani left us is this: US imperialism and Israeli Zionism cannot be defeated by calls for moderation, requests and curses," he noted. 

"We can only prevent aggression against our region with armed determination," he stressed.

"We can only stop the massacres in Gaza and the West Bank by using force," he said.

General Soleimani, the commander of the Qods Force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the former commander of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), were assassinated by US terrorists. They were targeted outside Baghdad International Airport on January 3, 2020, under direct orders from then-US President Donald Trump.


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