BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:10 P.M.) – On Saturday, Iran sent a warning to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain against normalization with Israel, stressing that they are “playing with fire.”

The Special Aide to the President of the Islamic Parliament of Iran in International Affairs, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, said during the memorial service for former Secretary- eneral of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Ramadan Abdullah Shallah, that “normalization with the Zionist entity will not provide assistance to the security of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.”

He said that “Saudi Arabia should know that normalization with the Zionist entity is playing with fire,” stressing that “the resistance has become today at the height of resilience and if the Zionists repeat the mistakes of the past, they will face a greater defeat.”

In regards to the late PIJ leader, Amir-Abdollahian said “Shallah has transformed the Palestinian issue from a national issue to an Islamic and global issue, and was a model for all the Mujahideen,” noting that “there are many commonalities between the martyr commander Soleimani and the deceased Shallah, especially their interest in the unity of the Islamic nation.” .

The parliamentary official affirmed that “normalization with Israel never helps to establish security in the region,” advising “some Arab rulers not to stand in the opposite direction of the question of Palestine.”


Source: Knights News Agency

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