Iran’s Embassy in Jordan Holds Panel Discussion on Palestine
According To Iran News, The Iranian Embassy in Amman held a panel discussion in commemoration of the International Quds Day, attended by a number of pro-Palestine activists.
The panel discussion, entitled “Quds Day in Shadow of Deal of the Century”, was held at the Iranian Embassy in Jordan on Thursday.
The meeting, held ahead of the International Quds Day, was attended by two Palestinian figures, namely Leila Khaled and Farouk al-Ezzah, and by former Jordanian lawmaker Hamada Yousef al-Faraneh.
In the panel discussion, Ms. Khaled said the new Palestinian generations have not forgotten the memories of their motherland contrary to what the founders of the Zionist regime had expected.
Ezzah also noted that negotiations over Palestine have been always doomed to failure, stressing that the only remaining option is resistance after the failure of all political methods.
Elsewhere in the gathering, Faraneh denounced the deal of the century as the result of several regional developments, including the weakness and disunity among the Palestinian groups, the wars in the Arab world, as in Syria, Iraq and Libya, and the crisis in the ties between Iran and the Persian Gulf countries.
The Iranian Embassy holds annual meetings in commemoration of the International Quds Day, which falls on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan.