Tehran (IP): In response to Netanyahu's defeat in the Israeli election, Iran's foreign minister stated that a system based on aggression and occupation would not last long.

Iran PressIran News: Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in a Twitter message on Monday: "After a long war and aggression against the Palestinians and threatening the Islamic Republic of Iran, it is now the tyrant (Benjamin Netanyahu) who has failed, and it is Gaza that has raised the banner of victory, and Iran will continue the path of dignity."

"Perhaps those who will replace him will understand that a system based on aggression and occupation will not last long," the Iranian foreign minister added.

The Israeli regime is poised to install a new government led by someone other than the former Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu for the first time in more than 12 years, breaking a two-year electoral deadlock and marking a likely shift toward the political center and ending - for now - the reign of the regime's longest-serving prime minister.

A scheduled parliamentary vote is expected to give a bare majority to an unlikely coalition of parties from the right, center, and left of Israel’s spectrum. Former Defense Minister Naftali Bennett, an Orthodox leader of the regime’s religious-nationalist movement, and a former Netanyahu ally will be the next prime minister.


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