Iranian Ayatollah Ali Khamenei: “No one will be able to face the Muslims if the crimes of the Zionist regime continue”

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Israel’s “genocide” against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip should end “immediately”, Iranian state television reported on Tuesday, according to Reuters.

His reaction comes as Israel vowed to annihilate the Tehran-backed Hamas movement after the fighters attacked Israel from Gaza on October 7, killing 1,300 people, mostly civilians, in the bloodiest day in its 75-year history. of the country.

No one will be able to face the Muslims and the resistance forces if they continue the crimes of the Zionist regime against the Palestinians … the bombing of Gaza must stop immediately,” Khamenei told a group of students in Tehran.

“The world is witnessing the genocide of the Zionist regime against the Palestinians in Gaza,” he said as chants of “Death to Israel” were chanted.

We must respond, we must react to what is happening in Gaza,” Khamenei said, adding that Israeli officials should be tried for “their crimes against the Palestinians in Gaza.”

Khamenei’s threats come after Iran’s foreign minister said on state television on Monday that “preemptive action” against Israel could be expected in the coming hours, adding that it would not be allowed to take any action in the Gaza Strip without suffer consequences.

Israel will face a new shock wave from the resistance front if its “atrocities” do not stop in Gaza, a deputy commander of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards was quoted as saying on Tuesday by Iranian state media. “The shocks of the resistance front against the Zionist regimes will continue until this ‘cancerous tumor’ is eradicated from the world map,” said Ali Fadavi. “Another shock wave is on the way if Israel does not end the atrocities in Gaza,” he added.

Olaf Scholz warns Iran and Hezbollah not to intervene in the conflict between Israel and Hamas

On the other hand, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz warned Iran and the Lebanese paramilitary organization Hezbollah not to interfere in the conflict between Israel and Hamas, dpa reports.

“Together with our allies, we, the German government, are doing everything possible to ensure that this conflict does not escalate,” Scholz said in Berlin on Tuesday before his departure for Israel. “Once again, I expressly warn Hezbollah and Iran not to intervene in the conflict,” he added.

Scholz is the first head of government to visit Israel since the devastating attack by Hamas on October 7. He is due to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv before going to Egypt to meet President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi.

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