Tehran (IP)- Referring to the normalization of relations between some regional Arab regimes and the murderers of the Palestinian teenager, Mohammad al-Durrah, Iran Foreign Ministry underscored that the history won't forgive killers and traitors.

Iran Press/Iran News: Iran Foreign Ministry stated in its official Twitter account on Wednesday, "20 years ago, Muhammad al-Durrah was ruthlessly targeted while taking shelter alongside his father, showing to the world that cruelty of the occupiers knows no limits. 2 decades later, some regimes in our region shake hands with his murderers." 

"History won't forgive killers and traitors," Foreign Ministry added.

September 30 (9th of Mehr) has been named in the calendar of the Islamic Republic of Iran as the day of solidarity with Palestinian teenagers and children due to the martyrdom of "Mohammad al-Durrah", a Palestinian teenager.

On September 30, 2000, in the early days of the second intifada (the Al-Aqsa Intifada), a picture of 12-year-old Mohammed al-Durrah was broadcast on television, hiding behind his father to escape the bullets fired by the Zionist military. The shocking incident, which was recorded and broadcasted by French television, ended with the martyrdom of this child.


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