Normalizing ties with Israeli regime 'betting on losing horse': Raisi

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has said that the war on Gaza has proven that normalization of relations with the Israeli regime is betting on a losing horse.

"Normalizing relations with the Zionist regime has turned into betting on a losing horse," the president said on Wednesday while addressing a virtual gathering of resistance leaders.

"Today, conciliatory plans have gone into the archives of history, and the implementation of any plan without the presence of Palestinians is impossible," he added.

Leaders of the resistance front from Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen held a video conference ahead of International Quds Day to discuss the Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip and beyond. 

The Iranian president stressed that the atrocities in Gaza, where nearly 33,000 Palestinians have been killed over the past six months, have proven that the Israeli regime is not bound by any "moral principles."

"Thanks to the bravery of the Palestinians, today it became clear to everyone that the flimsy house of the Zionist regime is weaker than a spider's web," he said.

"Every day of the year, as long as the occupation of Palestine continues, is Quds Day," Raisi declared.

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