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Iran’s President Heads to Turkey to Discuss ‘Annihilation’ of Israel

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Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi visited Turkey to discuss support for Hamas and opposition to Israeli operations in Gaza.

Both Iran and Turkey celebrated the October 7 attacks by Hamas.

Raisi emphasized their common position to support the Palestinians and oppose Israel.

“One of the important issues that worries all Muslims and awakes people in the world is the Palestine issue. Iran and Turkey’s common position is to support the resistance of the oppressed and powerful Palestinians,” Raisi said.

“Because of the support of the Americans and Westerners for the Zionist regime, we are still witnessing the killings of Palestinian women and children,” Raisi added, “But we are sure that the victory belongs to Palestine. And it will be annihilation of the Zionist regime [Israel].”

“Israel is occupying the Palestinian land, and we believe that a two-state solution will not help to resolve the Palestinian issue,” Iranian Foreign Minister Amir Abdollahian stated.

He also mentioned discussing “cutting off the vital arteries” of Israel with Erdogan.

The Turkish government confirmed the visit, intending to exchange views on regional and global issues, particularly Israeli attacks on Gaza.

“On the sidelines of the visit, the Eighth Meeting of the Türkiye-Iran High Level Cooperation Council will be held in Ankara under the chairmanship of President Erdogan and President Raisi of Iran,” the Turkish Communications Directorate stated. “The two leaders are expected to exchange views on current regional and global issues, particularly the Israeli attacks on Gaza and the occupied Palestinian territories, as well as on bilateral relations ties.”

Meanwhile, Turkey’s foreign minister accused Israel of wanton “bloodshed” in Gaza.

“Gaza used to be an open prison. Now, it is a battleground where the Israeli Prime Minister (Benjamin Netanyahu) runs military operations for killing civilians to extend his political life,” foreign minister Hakan Fidan said. “The argument that the current war is about providing security for Israel is far from being convincing.”

The recent Hamas atrocities in October, supported by Iran, prompted Israel’s security operations.

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