Israel National News reports: “Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi told CNN in an interview on Sunday that US-sponsored efforts to normalize Israeli relations with Gulf Arab states, including Saudi Arabia, ‘will see no success’.
‘People in those Persian Gulf Arab countries have a great deal of hate for the Israeli actions, and this [normalization] was only obtained under American pressure,’ claimed Raisi. ‘The frame of thought of the Americans was that they are somehow creating security for the Zionist regime, whereas normalization of certain countries with Israel does not buy security for the Zionist regime.’
Israel, he claimed, ‘is facing internal strife and difficulties and it is hated outside, whether it is by countries of Muslim faith or otherwise. Across the world today, know that the Zionist regime is the most hated for crimes against humanity, and the trampling upon of many agreements that it should have adhered to thus far.’
‘This normalization will see no success, just like in previous cases, and this is not a solution for the Zionist regime. After seven and a half decades, they must go back to the principle founded in giving the rights to the Palestinian people that they are owed. The path must start from that point of origin,’ said Raisi…”
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