Ghadanfar Roknabadi Explains Iran’s Four-Point Plan for Israel-Palestine Peace
Over the past few years, the officials of the Iranian government and its ambassadors to Lebanon and Syria have repeatedly urged Israel to end the war in Palestine. Accordingly the Israeli government is asked to follow Iran’s four-point plan to establish peace in that country.
Iranian Ambassador to Lebanon Ghadanfar Roknabadi says the Iranian government will continue supporting the Jihadist groups of Palestine under any circumstances. “As a Muslim state, Iran supports the ambitions and ideals of Palestine’s people. Beside Islamic Republic of Iran, other Muslim states always share the same policy with regard to legal rights of the downtrodden people of Palestine.”
He also called on Muslim communities to pay extra attention to the problems of Palestinians. “Recently, the government of Israel has managed to apply more pressures on Palestinian citizens, but international organizations have refused to condemn these actions. Muslims need to be informed of such moves, which make the conditions difficult for Palestinians.”
During the recent years, the Iranian government and armed forces have been accused of threatening Israel. “In fact, Iran doesn’t recognize the Israeli regime as a legal government in the Middle East region, so we support any movements against this state.” Ghadanfar Roknabadi declared Iran’s rivalry with Israel.
As the tensions between Iran and Israel have increased, analysts warn of possible wars between the two countries.
Islamic Republic of Iran has already unveiled its four-point plan to establish peace between Israelis and Palestinians. According to this plan, Israel is required to withdraw from Palestinians’ lands and stop its settlement projects. The plan was disapproved by the Israeli government for clear reasons.
“To be honest, the proposed plan of Iran is following democratic steps, and it allows the citizens of Palestine to determine the future of their country and motherlands. However, the government of Israel is not happy with this plan, which put their interests at risk.” Iranian Ambassador to Lebanon concluded.