Mar 5, 2024, 3:58 PM
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Da Silva says time will prove his comparison between Israel and Hitler

Tehran, IRNA - Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has emphasized that time will show that he was right in comparing the Zionist regime with Nazi German leader Adolf Hitler.

In the opening ceremony of the 4th National Culture Conference in Brasilia, Lula da Silva called for establishing a Palestinian country, and expressed his support for Palestinians against the Zionist regime’s genocide in Gaza Enclave, according to Europa Press news agency.

Referring to his recent statements about Palestine, Lula da Silva said he faced a lot of criticism, but time will show that what he said was right and Palestinians have the right to live and establish their own country.

Pointing to the Israeli attack on Palestinian civilians around food delivery trucks in Gaza, he underlined that no one can do what the Israeli regime did in Gaza. The Israeli regime announced the distribution of food and then sent missiles, opened fire, and caused death.

He also criticized countries that donate food and humanitarian aid while “sending bullets”.

Since the beginning of the Zionist regime’s attacks on the Gaza Strip, the Brazilian President has repeatedly criticized the Israeli regime's actions in Gaza.

During the 37th African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Da Silva accused Israel of "genocide" against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, comparing the war in Gaza to Adolf Hitler's attempts to exterminate the Jews.

"This is not a war of soldiers against soldiers," he added, "it is a war between a very prepared army and women and children. "

In a speech at the 37th African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Lula likened the genocide against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip to the one committed by Hitler against the Jews.

He said the war in Gaza is a battle between an armed-to-the-teeth army and civilians, rather than between soldiers and soldiers.

Lula’s remarks, meanwhile, led to the Zionist regime declaring him as “persona non grata”.

Since the beginning of the war in Gaza on October 7, the Israeli regime’s military has killed at least 30,500 Palestinians, mostly women and children, in the besieged territory.


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