Iran’s President Demands Reforms to Make UN More Anti-Israel
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi dismissed the United Nations as an irrelevant and unhelpful organization in remarks alongside Islamist Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, demanding “reform” to make the UN more favorable to Tehran’s pro-jihadist ideology.
Raisi, in Ankara to sign a package of bilateral trade and diplomacy deals, railed that the UN had not done enough to prevent Israel from protecting itself from the Iran-funded Sunni terrorist organization Hamas, and called support for Hamas and Palestinian terrorism “the top issue of humanity,” according to Iranian state propaganda media.
“Those who claim to defend human rights and whose mission is to defend global peace and security have been on the sidelines and are no longer effective,” the Iranian state media quoted Raisi as saying.
“The Iranian president said international organizations have failed the test of Gaza and showed they’re no longer effective,” the news outlet report continued. “He said the world should move toward forming new mechanisms to deal with threats to international peace and security.”
The two leaders signed ten memoranda of understanding, cementing deals in trade, infrastructure, and other core areas. Among the deals were a new media partnership, a “framework agreement on railway transportation,” and an agreement to expand cooperation between the Turkish National Police Academy and Iran’s Amin Police University. (BB / VFI News)
“They all plotted together to come and fight against Jerusalem and stir up trouble against it.” - Nehemiah 4:8