Iran slams Netanyahu: Zionist entity has committed genocide
In response to Netanyahu's vow to stop Iran’s nuclear program, Kanaani reminds the Israeli regime of its 70 years of genocide, looting, and forced displacement.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani slammed Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his “flimsy allegations against Iran” during his speech in front of the Knesset on Thursday, stressing that Netanyahu “aimed to establish an identity to himself and his illegal entity" through his claims.
"For 70 years, the Zionist entity has committed genocide, looting, and forced displacement in order to overcome Israel's identity crisis," Kanaani said in a tweet.
نخست وزیر تکراری و معلومالحال رژیم صهیونیستی با تکرار ادعاهای واهی خود علیه ایران، بدنبال هویت سازی برای خود و رژیم نامشروع اسرائیل است.— Nasser Kanaani (@IRIMFA_SPOX) December 30, 2022
"Israel cannot destroy Palestine," he affirmed, adding that "the end of the Israeli entity shall originate from within the entity itself.”
Earlier today, Kanaani stated that “the US itself has been involved in (weapons) sales and military and defense cooperation contracts in the region more than any other country, and it has exacerbated the risks to regional peace and stability by setting up numerous military bases in the region.”
He reiterated that the development of nuclear weapons has no place in Iran's military doctrine and that Tehran is well aware of its rights and obligations as a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency and a signatory to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement (CSA).
It is worth noting that the Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said while presenting his agenda to Knesset on Thursday, that his coalition has three missions: stopping Iran’s nuclear program, developing infrastructure, and restoring "internal security" and governance to "Israel".
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