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Iran leader warns Trump Jerusalem 'violation'

07 December 2017

In regards to Palestine, they are helpless and unable to achieve their goals.

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to formally recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Wednesday and begin preparations to move the U.S. Embassy to the city, three senior administration officials confirmed to Anadolu Agency late Tuesday. "Palestine will be free, and the Palestinian people will be victorious".

The United States has not been able to reach its goals and seeks to destabilize the region, Khamenei said.

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The Islamic Republic of Iran has consistently emphasized that the main cause of the collapse of Middle East stability and security is the continuation of occupation and the unequivocal support of the U.S. government for the Zionist regime and the denial of the oppressed Palestinian people from their basic rights to the formation of an independent Palestinian state with Al-Quds as its capital.

Ayatollah Khamenei stressed on the Islamic Republic's desire to maintain unity among Muslim nations, stating: We have no conflict with Islamic nations.

"Some American politicians have wittingly or unwittingly acknowledged that a war should start in the Western Asia region in order to provide the Zionist regime with a margin of safety", the Leader noted.

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The city of Quds, locating the al-Aqsa Mosque as the first Muslim Qiblah, is an integral part of Palestine and is considered one of the most important holy places of Islam which holds a special position among Muslims.

The imprudent and provocative decision of the U.S. to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as the capital of the Zionist regime not only does not at all contribute to peace and stability in the region but also reveals the nasty intentions of the USA administration and further discredits the United States before those who still have confidence in the neutrality of Washington in the mirage-like trend of peace talks.

The Iranian president also said, "Although the Islamic Republic of Iran has responded to the call by the nations [seeking its aid] by supporting them, and wants to resolve problems through negotiation and has never agreed to changes in the borders in the region, it will not tolerate aggression against Islamic sanctities".

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The Turkish president said Ankara as the periodic president of OIC urges the Organization to meet in the coming days.

Iran leader warns Trump Jerusalem 'violation'