The issue of Quds is not a private or personal issue, Imam Khomeini explained

The issue of Quds is not a private or personal issue, Imam Khomeini explained

Imam Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic once said that The issue of quds is not a private or personal issue.

 “The issue of Quds is not a private or personal issue. It is neither the exclusive problem of one country nor a present-day problem of all Muslims. Rather, it is a phenomenon concerning the monotheists and faithful people of all ages-past, present and future. "

Imam on historic occasions also said as following:

“Do not the authorities of the nation see or know that diplomatic talks with history's criminal and powerful politicians cannot save Lebanon, Palestine or quds and the number of crimes and oppressions increases daily. “

“Neither the Iranian Muslim nation, nor any other Muslims and, as a matter of fact, no open-minded individual, will recognize Israel. We shall always support our Arab and Palestinian brothers."

This comes as Israeli forces have clashed with Palestinians observing a “day of rage” to protest the recent US policy shift in favor of the Tel Aviv regime’s land theft.

The demonstrations had been called by different Palestinian factions on Tuesday to condemn US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement that the establishment of Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank “is not per se inconsistent with international law.”

The protests were held in several towns and cities across the occupied West Bank and the blockaded Gaza Strip, with the participants calling on the international community to take action against Washington and Tel Aviv.

Protests have been held across Palestinian territories on “day of rage”, on November 26, 2019. (Photo by Ma’an news agency)

Clashes were reported in several areas, among them the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron).

Dozens of Palestinians were wounded during the violence that broke out during the “day of rage” rallies.

Palestinians protest on a “day of rage,” in the West Bank, on November 26, 2019. (Photo by Ma’an news agency)

 “We declared a day of rage to reject this statement by the American secretary of state,” Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)’s Executive Committee member Wasel Abu Yousef told the Times of Israel. “We totally condemn this American effort to legitimize the settlements.”

He said the Tuesday demonstrations would also denounce Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s pledge last September to apply Israeli “sovereignty” over the vast majority of the Jordan Valley in the West Bank, if he is given another term in office.

Mahmoud al-Aloul, the deputy chairman of the Fatah Party, called for stepping up protests against the administration of US President Donald Trump and the Israeli regime, which he said form a “group of gangs perpetrating several crimes against our people.”

The Palestinian factions have prepared a plan for “field action on all levels to confront the occupation in light of unprecedented [Israeli] violations against our people,” he said.

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