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Anniversary of the
opening of Palestinian
Embassy in Tehran

By: Jawad Salehi Tabaar

19th February is the anniversary of the opening of the first Palestinian embassy in Tehran. On 19th February 1979 a group of senior figures of the Islamic Revolution arrived at the former Zionist embassy and officially handed over the embassy to its original owners during the presence of Yasser Arafat, the leader of the Fatah movement and the head of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

 

This Iranian action at that time revealed the horizons of the Islamic Revolution's ideas for Islamic societies and a clear benchmark of the Islamic Revolution's foreign policy priorities. At the very beginning of its revolutionary and Islamic movement, the Iranian nation, along with its beloved Imam Khomeini's leader, had emphasized his strong will to oppose the existence of Israel and the liberation of Palestine from occupation, following the victory of the revolution. The first step in declaring Israel unrecognizable was to expel the Zionist regime from Iran and shut down its embassy. Finally eight days after the victory of the Islamic revolution, First Palestinian Embassy in the world was opened inside Iran.

 

The establishment of the Palestinian Embassy in Tehran was Iran's first formal and practical step in support of the Palestinian nation, signifying the future Iran’s approach to regional and international developments. Analysts believe that Iran's move actually led to a serious shift in the Palestinian equation, and brought the Palestinian community and the nations of the region into a new phase of hope for a break from Zionist domination and hopeful global arrogance.

 

 Before the Islamic Revolution, there was no hope of a liberation of Palestine from the occupation and neither was a hope to annihilate Israel. Even Palestinian left-wing groups that fought with Israel, although in line with idealistic policies, sought to liberate their homeland, but practically they did not hope for its fulfillment and sought only to strike Israel and gain concessions. From other hand Negotiations with the Zionists began by the Palestine Liberation Organization, which, according to Hani al-Hassan, a leader of the Fatah movement, it initially began secretly back in the 1960s.

 

Experts believe one of the reasons for the Oslo agreement with the PLO in 1993 was the organization's historic relationship with the Zionist regime, which has resulted in the departure of many of the ideological foundations of the Palestinian left.

 

An important point in this connection is the view of the leaders of the Islamic Revolution and the Iranian revolutionary community on the Palestinian issue. A revolutionary Iran looked upon Palestine as a religious undertaking with a firm conviction of divine promises. A promise that emphasized the end of Israel while at the same time fulfilling God's will for the end of Israel and liberating the nations from the Zionist sedition (corruption of the Israelites) based on the formation of the axis of resistance from which to interpret Lena. Slow.

 

Accordingly, the leaders of the Islamic system, according to Imam Khomeini's (RAH) command, formed an organization from the outset with regard to Iran's regional goals with a Palestinian focus, initially called the Revolutionary Guards, and later with the formation of naval, air and ground forces. The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps also formed as a fourth force under the name of the Quds Force and expanded its activities with a Palestinian focus.

 

Sure the look was that many experts if prior to the Islamic Revolution fulfillment of God's promise in relation to Palestine in Surah Bani Israel (the captives) said, "Vqzyna parts of Israel Fi Book Ltfsdn on earth Mrtyn Vltln Lva Kabira Faza Ja’ Lena Bada Vlahma Bsna promise peace Fjasva first extreme bass during Aldyar mineral Vda Then Rddna you to fast Mfvla ie al-kura Al Vamddnakm Bamval Vbnyn the most Vjlnakm Feira surely Hsntm Hsntm Lanfskm Van Satm bulk Faza Ja’ promise Alakhrh Lysv’va Vjvhkm Vlydkhlva Almsjd coma Dkhlvh first Vlytbrva meters Lva Ttbyra we "knew very unlikely, it is now believed that the realization of this promise has been very close and actually start . This is because Iran's move to establish a Quds Force and to operate at the regional level has given rise to the liberation of Palestine.

 

In Palestine, the Palestinian resistance force has now become a formidable force based on Islamic and revolutionary doctrines, not on the left and material, and it has created a military and security balance against the Zionist enemy. Lebanon's Hezbollah has also been formed with the priority of opposition to Israel in Lebanon and is now a powerful force not only at the Lebanese level but also as a strong regional force. The Syrian government, despite its eight years of civil war with its army and Jaish al-Watani, is both defined and highly capable of resistance. The Iraqi army and al-Shaba'i militia are also a powerful force that, in the sense of the martyr-centric commander of the resistance, Haj Qassim Suleimani, is stronger and more efficient than many regional armies. In Yemen, along with Yemen's revolutionary army, Ansarollah Yemen has created a new equilibrium between the occupiers and the flow of domination.

 

Alongside these, the formation of faithful Mujahideen divisions from countries such as Fatimid Afghanistan and Zinbion Pakistan shows that the time has come not only for the fulfillment of the divine promise but also for the key. Analysts point to Zionist and US actions and the regional regimes in fact as their paddle to save themselves

 

 




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