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Iran, Iraq and Syria participate in tripartite defence meeting in Damascus

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SANA’A – The Chiefs of General Staff of both Iraq and Iran visited the Syrian capital Damascus on Sunday, in order to hold a tripartite meeting with the Syrian army chief of staff. This was reported by Iran’s Fars News Agency on Sunday.

“The Chief of General Staff of Iranian Armed Forces, Major General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri headed a military delegation to Damascus, with the aim of participating in the tripartite meeting on combating terrorism,” according to Fars News.

“General Bagri’s visit is aimed at developing military defence cooperation and on conducting consultations on counter-terrorism and coordination between Iran, Iraq and Syria,” she said

In addition to the following up on mechanisms for establishing stability and security in the region, the visit also includes an inspection tour of Iranian military advisers in Syria.

In the same context, the Chief of Staff of the Iraqi Army, Lieutenant General Othman al-Ghanmi, has headed to Damascus to participate in the meeting.

Iraq, Syria and Iran are often considered to the main three members of the so-called Axis of Resistance in the Middle East, supporting one another in terms of national sovereignty and the fight against imperialism and terrorism.

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Ansarullah vows to stand with Palestine

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Abdul Malik al-Ajari, a member of the Political Bureau of Ansarullah, has confirmed that the movement will stand with all the free people in the region in order to confront all projects aimed at eliminating the Palestinian cause. Al-Ajari furthermore stressed that this is the position of all Yemenis.

The Ansarullah fucntionary condemned the position of Saudi Arabia, which has all but turned into a defender of the Zionist colonial entity.

“No one expected that the day would come when the Saudi delegate to the United Nations openly defends the Zionist entity against what he called ‘Palestinian projectiles used against civilians’,” al-Ajari said during a political meeting under the slogan “United against the Deal of the Century”.

“The Arab and Islamic worlds have been mobilized in three peaks for an oil pipeline, while the bloodshed in Syria, Yemen and Palestine has not caused the entire Arab world to be summoned,” he added, referring to the hastily convened summits that Saudi Arabia has convened in order to propagate its pro-Zionist agenda.

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Foreign Ministry of Yemen: Saudi Arabia abusing Arab and Islamic identity in order to promote war

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An official source at the Foreign Ministry in Sana’a has stated on Saturday that Saudi Arabia, is trying to abuse the Arab and Islamic identity in order to justify its war crimes and to promote misconceptions about the aggression against Yemen.

“Saudi Arabia is working to antagonize the Arab and Muslim worlds towards the brothers in Iran, without any regard to the realities of the situation, especially in Yemen, where Saudi Arabia is practicing the killing, destruction and the aggression,” the source said in a statement.

The statement continued by saying that the summits which Saudi Arabia is holding, did not address what is going on in the Republic of Yemen: military aggression and an all-out siege that has created the worst humanitarian disaster in the world.

The source stressed that “the territory of the Republic of Yemen is not a battlefield for a proxy war, and those who want to antagonize Iran will have to go to the right place in order to find such a confrontation.”

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Mass strikes take place in Palestine to commemorate the Nakba

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PALESTINE –  A mass strike has hit various cities and camps across the Gaza Strip and the West Bank Wednesday, marking the seventy-first anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba at a time when preparations are under way for launching a massive March of Return on the eastern border of the Gaza Strip with an expected attendance of over a million participants.

The Nakba, or Catastrophe, is the Arab name for the establishment of the Zionist entity known as Israel and the ethnic cleansing of the native Palestinian population that resulted from it in 1948.

Students and school students stopped going to schools and universities while government institutions closed their doors as well as shops, in response to the calls made by the High Commission for Return Marches and the Breaking of the Siege.

Meanwhile, the Zionist occupation army intensified its presence at the border as the Palestinian people prepared to commemorate the Nakba Day.

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