Tehran (IP) - Iran's Permanent Mission to the UN hailed the statement issued by the Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC) to denounce the Israeli regime's nuclear threat to Gaza.

Iran PressAmerica: In a message on its X account, Iran's Permanent Mission to the UN wrote: "We welcome the OIC’s communique, initiated by Iran, to denounce the Israeli regime’s threats to nuke the Middle East. The OIC calls on the occupying regime to renounce possession of WMDs, join NPT & accept intl. verifications. It is time for action!"

Issued on November 6, the statement said the OIC calls on the Israeli regime to renounce its possession of weapons of mass destruction and join the NPT and permit the inspections of International Atomic Energy Agency to its nuclear facilities.

The statement came as the Heritage Minister of the Israeli regime Amichai Eliyahu said that using a nuclear bomb in Gaza is the only possible solution to the war on Gaza.

He said that no Gaza Strip should remain on the ground, it should be built anew with settlements for the Zionists.

The OIC stated it considered the hateful speech of the Israeli official the dissemination of racist and terrorist ideology, denouncing Israel's positions regarding the use of nuclear weapons against the Palestinian people in the Gaza.

MFA Spox.: OIC's Final resolution is strong

Nasser Kanaani the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran said: The proposals of the Islamic Republic of Iran have been included in the final resolution of the meeting of heads of Islamic countries in Saudi Arabia, and the tone and words of this resolution are strong and firm.

On Saturday, November 11, Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, hosted an extraordinary meeting of heads of Islamic and Arab countries jointly to review the current situation in Gaza and Palestine. The blockade of Gaza and the sending of Arab, Islamic, and international humanitarian aid were on the agenda.

The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran stated that the final statement of the Riyadh meeting emphasized the cessation of arms exports to the Zionist regime, the immediate decision of the Security Council to stop the conflicts, prevent the destruction of hospitals, and send medical and food aid to Gaza.

On October 7, 2023, the Palestinian resistance forces launched a surprising operation called the "Al-Aqsa storm" from the Gaza Strip against the positions of the occupying Quds regime, and this regime took action to retaliate for its defeat and killed more than 11,000 Palestinians so far.


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