Tehran (IP) - In a ceremony entitled "In Unison with Gaza," held in Tehran, Seyyed Saeedreza Ameli, the Dean of the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran, called upon justice-seeking jurists worldwide to meticulously examine the grievous war crimes committed by the Zionist regime in Gaza.

Iran PressIran News: With an audience comprising international students, Ameli, a member of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, delivered an address on the conspicuous double standards displayed by the Western world when it comes to addressing the predicament of civilians. While the West readily embraces the people of Ukraine, they have consistently turned a blind eye to the plight of the Gaza Strip, where basic human necessities, such as water and food, remain elusive.

Ameli somberly highlighted the disheartening fact that over 4,000 innocent children have perished in Gaza, a region plagued not only by violence but also by an egregious lack of access to essential resources like potable water. He firmly attributed these dire circumstances to the unyielding militarism and power-seeking tendencies emanating from the United States, which is the root of Israel's actions.

In the eyes of Ameli, the overarching ideology that underscores American foreign policy is one of monopolistic dominance, permeating throughout the world stage. He stated that the existence of Israel can be traced back to this underlying perspective, perpetuating a cycle of conflict and unrest.

Furthermore, Ameli urged that it is now imperative for international courts to take action against the alleged war crimes committed by the Zionist regime. He emphatically called upon the justice-seeking jurists of the world to draft a comprehensive legal framework that could potentially hold both the United States and Israel accountable for their actions as war criminals, while emphasizing the growing strength of the world's oppressed, who yearn for justice and reparation. 219

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