Iran’s Plan: Use PA to Break USA

Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator says that Palestinian Authority resistance is the key to freedom for Muslims and the demise of western dominance.

Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, | updated: 13:33

Iranian flag and nuclear ambitions
Iranian flag and nuclear ambitions
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Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalil, says that Palestinian Authority resistance is the key to freedom for Muslims and the demise of western dominance. Jalil also is the Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC). 

He told the government-controlled Fars News Agency Sunday, that world powers should accept their fate. Speaking to an international conference on “National and Islamic Solidarity for the Future of Palestine” in Tehran, he insisted that "the era of supremacy of certain power clubs has ended.”

According to Jalil, “Palestine and the resistance are symbols and keys to an understanding of the relations dominating the world. Palestine is the key to resistance, standing and honor which will spread throughout the world day by day." He reasoned that world powers are worried that Arab resistance in Judea, Samaria and Gaza will become a model in international relations.

Jalil also charged that the "power club” fighting terrorism “officially supported and equipped a terrorist group [Israel] and this signals the end of the era belonging to the 'power club.'"

Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi told the Islamic conference that “resistance movements” should launch an all-out media and Internet campaign against Israel. “The social networking sites could provide the ground for exposing the Zionist regime’s atrocities; and through these networks they (Palestinian groups) can start a full-scale war against global arrogance and Israel,” Moslehi said.

Jalil is reportedly a close friend of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and is considered by some "a chief architect of the clampdown" on protests in Iran over the 2009 election.  




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