The new claim of the Prime Minister of the Zionist regime against Iran

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Publish Date: 14:11 - 17 October 2021
Sunday, 17 October 2021 (YJC)_In his new claim against our country, the Prime Minister of the Zionist regime claimed that "Iranian influence" is behind the recent events in Lebanon.

The new claim of the Prime Minister of the Zionist regime against IranIsraeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made false allegations against our country today (Sunday) at a weekly cabinet meeting.

According to the Jerusalem Post, in his new claims, Bennett attributed the recent events in Lebanon as well as the developments in Iraq to Iran and claimed that Iranian influence is behind these events.

He added that he was following the events in Lebanon and Iraq closely, adding: "In both cases, we are witnessing a process that is influenced by Iran, whether it is Hezbollah in Lebanon or Shiite militias in Iraq, which in the recent elections." They have been hit.

The Prime Minister of the Zionist regime wished success and a better future to the people of Iraq and Lebanon, claiming that Iran is trying to exert influence in these countries!

In recent days, at least six people have been killed and 16 wounded in armed clashes in the al-Tayouna area of ​​Beirut. Authorities opposed the protest with all available police forces, special services and the army. "

Tensions escalated in Beirut following the shooting of Hezbollah-affiliated demonstrators, and clashes continued for several hours.

Also, Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of our country regarding the tragic events in Lebanon, condemned and expressed deep regret over the opening of fire and shooting of innocent Lebanese people who were protesting peacefully, emphasizing: "It is necessary for the Lebanese government and officials take urgent action to identify and arrest the perpetrators of these crimes and sedition among the Lebanese people".

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