Iran 'will support' any nation or group that fights Israel

A poster released by the office of Iran's Leader ahead of the International Quds Day which falls on May 22 this year

"The aim of this struggle is the liberation of the entire Palestinian land" and "the return of all Palestinians to their country", Khamenei said in the speech broadcast live on state television. "This is "Eliminating Israel" & it will happen". We aren't against Jews.

Khamenei's comments followed an announcement by the Palestinian Authority on 19 May that it would cease to abide by any of its agreements with either Israel or the United States, in response to an announcement by the newly formed Israeli government to start extending its sovereignty over one-third of the West Bank as soon as July.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted, "Khamenei's threats to carry out "The Final Solution" against Israel bring to mind the Nazi "Final Solution" plan to annihilate the Jewish People".

The poster shows a conquered Jerusalem with photos of Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Quds Force leader Qasem Soleimani, killed in a targeted USA drone strike in Baghdad in January. It means abolishing the imposed regime & Muslim, Christian & Jewish Palestinians choose their own govt & expel thugs like Netanyahu. The final solution: "Resistance until Referendum", the poster's text declared.

A poster from Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's website calling for Israel's destruction that uses the term "final solution", which usually refers to the Nazi policy of genocide against Jews during the Holocaust. "The Zionist regime (Israel) is a cancerous tumour in the region". Mass rallies urging Israel's violent destruction are typically held in Tehran and other Iranian cities, with pro-Iranian groups in London, Berlin, Vienna and other worldwide cities holding demonstrations that display the flag of Hezbollah along with virulently anti-Zionist and antisemitic slogans.

"The uprising by Palestinians should continue ... fight to liberate Palestine is an obligation and an Islamic jihad ..."

However, Iran's clerical rulers had to cancel Friday's nationwide street rallies marking the occasion due to the coronavirus outbreak.

A man crosses an empty street under portraits of the late Iranian revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini, right, and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, left, in Tehran, Iran, on April 3, 2020.

Quds Day is also held in several other countries, mainly in the Arab and Muslim world, with protests against Israel's occupation of East Jerusalem.

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