International Quds Day
The latest news and views about the International Quds Day, which is annually marked on the last Friday of the Islamic month of Ramadan
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says the “great movement,” which was embodied today in the mass rallies on the International Quds Day, will eventually lead to the annihilation of the occupying Israeli regime.
Iranian demonstrators marking the International Quds Day have condemned any “compromise or normalization” with Israel as an “unforgivable betrayal” of the Palestinian cause and a “sinister plot” aimed at undermining the resistance front against the regime’s decades-long occupation.
Marking the International Quds Day, Millions of Iranians have flooded the streets countrywide to show their solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian nation in their cause against decades of Israeli occupation and apartheid.
Senior officials of Palestine’s Hamas resistance movement are in Tehran as Iranians prepare to mark the International Quds Day to show support for the Palestinians in their decades-long struggles against Israeli occupation.
Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the "virus of Zionism" will not last long and will be eliminated in the not-too-distant future.
The Iranian president has called on Iranian people from different walks of life to once again express their support in unison for the oppressed Palestinian nation on the International Quds Day.
President Hassan Rouhani says the people of Iran do not tolerate cruelty against the Palestinians, and that Jerusalem al-Quds would not remain under the occupation of the oppressors.
The Iranian Parliament has endorsed an anti-Israel motion which outlines the manner of confrontation on the national and international scale with the Tel Aviv regime’s “atrocities”.
Iran says the International Quds Day rallies, annually held across the country on the last Friday of Ramadan, will only be held in 132 “white” counties and "low-risk" areas this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has warned that a US-devised plan targeting the Palestinian nation, dubbed “the deal of the century”, has "dangerous regional aspects" and urged leaders of Muslim countries to counter the plot and defend Palestine.
The Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has, in a statement, called on Muslim people around the world to show their support for the oppressed Palestinian nation by attending the International Quds Day rallies, which are to be held across the globe on May 31.
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution says the US and its cronies are seeking to institutionalize Donald Trump’s so-called “Deal of the Century” plan but they will end up in failure in this project.
Iran's president has called on people to turn out in droves for International Quds Day rallies on May 31, 2019, the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan.
Fasting Muslims in Iran and other countries numbering in millions took to the streets on Friday to hold anti-Israel rallies, in a display of support for the cause of the oppressed people of Palestine, but the huge rallies did not receive the international coverage they deserved.
A Large number of fasting Iranians held anti-Israel rallies in the capital Tehran and nearly 900 other Iranian cities under the blazing summer sun on Friday, in a display of solidarity with the oppressed people of Palestine.
The Iranian foreign ministry has, in a statement released ahead of the International Quds Day, called on the Muslim world to stand up to the shameless crimes committed by the Zionist regime of Israel against the innocent and oppressed nation of Palestine.
Iran’s top security official Ali Shamkhani says the Zionist regime of Israel is afraid of the International Quds Day, the day when Muslims people around the world hold massive rallies to condemn the Israeli atrocities.
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