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Jun 9, 2011

Ali Akbar Salehi condemns Israeli barbarism of Palestinian protesters shoot, wound

He strongly condemned the Zionist regime's military actions in shooting at Palestinian demonstrators on the border of Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza and the Golan Heights, saying such actions actually violate international rules and regulations.
Salehi called on international agencies to immediately check the Zionist crimes recently. Iranian foreign minister further reiterated the natural right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homeland.
He appreciates the Muslim youth movements in the enthusiastic initiative of such movements, which he no doubt inspired by the spirit of Islam and the vigilance of the people prevailing in the region. He emphasized that the increasingly widespread public resistance is the only way to deal with pressing policy of the Zionist regime.
Salehi also stressed Iran's support of the Palestinians and young people who dared protest form the meeting on the anniversary of the occupation of Palestinian territories by the Zionist it.
In Damascus, according to Xinhua reports, Syria condemned the crimes committed against the people of Israel on the Golan Heights, the Palestinian territories and southern Lebanon, and urged the international community that Israel fully responsible for the action, the official SANA news agency said. Hundreds of Palestinians on Sunday trying to cross the dividing line between Israel and Syria when they fired on Israeli soldiers.
"People's Movement" Sunday was the result of the neglect of Israel to the international resolutions, is ongoing with the expropriation of land and rights, avoidance of pre-requisite of fair and comprehensive peace to them, SANA said, citing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country.
According to SANA, two Palestinians were killed and 72 others wounded in an attack the Jewish state's army against the Arab residents commemorate Nakba Day in the Village of Eid El-Tina on the Syrian side of the Syrian-Israeli border, and in the village of Majdal Shams in the Golan captured Israel.
Head of a hospital in the province of Quneitra, Mamdouh Abaza said the victims were suffering from moderate to severe injuries, and most of them have symptoms of shortness of breath as a result of firing tear gas, according to SANA.
The dividing line is monitored by the United Nations Observer Force (UNDOF), which was sent to the disputed Golan Heights at the end of the 1973 war, to maintain a ceasefire in the Golan Heights and maintain calm the situation involving between Syria and Israel.