Trump's Jerusalem move likely to spark 'new Intifada': Iran


Iran "seriously condemns" the USA decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem and its recognition of the city as Israel's capital, read a statement on Wednesday from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs carried by state media.

Speaking to local reporters, Khamenei referred to Jerusalem by using the Arabic name for the city, Quds.

Iran's Supreme Leader has attacked US President Donald Trump's plan to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital in a Wednesday speech.

He made the remarks to a group of top Iranian officials, regional officials and religious figures attending a conference in Tehran.

The ambassadors from Muslims countries are assembled in Iran to mark the "week of unity" declared by Iranian former Leader Ayatollah Khomeini to integrate the two major sects of Islam, Shia and Sunni. "The Palestinians will be free, the people of Palestine will be victorious in the end", he added.

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Meanwhile, the decision will also create outrage among Muslims and fan the flames of a new Intifada, extremist moves, violence, and brutality.

So, the Islamic Republic of Iran strongly condemns the USA decision and calls on the worldwide community and leading states particularly the Islamic countries to step into the fray and stop the implementation of the U.S. decision because it only serves the Zionist regime's interests.

"No Muslim population, including Iran, will tolerate the violation of oppressors and Zionists against Islamic holy sites", Rouhani said, according to Mizan.

"On the issue of Palestine (US) hands are tied and they can not advance their goals", Khamenei said. "American government officials have said themselves that we have to start a war in the region to protect the security of the Zionist regime", Khamenei said.