Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stressed that the Palestinian nation's right of sovereignty should be recognized and put into action, and added that Zionists have displaced not only the Palestinians, but also the Jewish population, through their wrong thoughts and policies.
"Palestine is witnessing two types of displacement; first displacement of over 5mln indigenous Palestinian population and the second displacement is related to those (Jewish) people who have been brought there with the hope of a better life," Ahmadinejad said, addressing a large number of American university students, teachers and professors in New York on Wednesday evening.
"The best choice is ending these displacements," he said, adding, "If the sovereignty right (of the Palestinians) is recognized, no problem will remain."
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has on many occasions underlined Tehran's support for the Palestinian people and their resistance against the usurper Zionist regime.
In a latest case, President Ahmadinejad reiterated Iran's support for the Palestinians during a phone conversation with Hamas politburo Chief Khaled Mashaal earlier this month.
Ahmadinejad told Mashaal that the overall conditions in the world are changing in favor of the Palestinians and their resistance, and underlined that Zionists' crimes and killings could never save them from their imminent collapse.
He stressed that Iranians will always stand by the Palestinians and support them until achievement of final victory.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Fars: "Ahmadinejad Blasts Zionists for Displacement of Both Palestinians, Jews"
Ahmadinejad calls for Israel to be ethnically cleansed of Jews. The deeply racist and Helen-Thomas-ist idea that Israeli Jews are ethically inauthentic is a big part of what is meant by the Khomeinist term "fake regime," and Iranian officials, as reported in news agencies like Fars, often call for Jews to "go back where they came from." I haven't seen this exact rhetorical ploy before, but otherwise this is business as usual: