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Legal review of Iran’s response to Zionist regime


Legal review of Iran’s response to Zionist regime

According to the announcement by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the IRGC’s aerospace force targeted areas inside the occupied territories with missile and drone attacks. In this declaration, numerous crimes of the Zionist regime are mentioned, including the attack on a part of the Iranian consulate in Damascus, and this action is considered to be a response to the crimes of the Zionist regime based on Article 51 of the United Nations Charter. Regarding Iran’s response to the crimes of the infamous Zionist regime, there are several points to remember:

  • Iran’s response to Zionist regime from the perspective of international law

1.According to Article 51 of the United Nations Charter, countries have the right to legitimately defend themselves individually or collectively when they are attacked by another country or a military and organized group.

The Zionist regime has repeatedly carried out terrorist attacks against Iranian soldiers, advisers, political figures and scientists, and recently the attack by this regime on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria is a clear violation of diplomatic positions and a clear violation of international law and diplomatic order; Therefore, Iran’s action in response to these crimes is fully in line with the concept of Article 51 of the United Nations Charter and is fully supported by the rules and principles of international law.

2. The anti-security acts of the Zionist regime in the region, including attacks on diplomatic places, necessitated a decisive and appropriate response. It is natural that this response was expected from countries that are concerned about peace and security in the region, and Iran has shown with this action that it is the real guardian of regional peace and security.

It should not be assumed that war with totalitarian and usurping regimes is in conflict with countries’ pacifism and security, because history has shown that in many cases lasting peace has come out of wars.

As peace was established in Europe after World War II and the destruction of Nazi Germany, the author believes that sustainable peace in West Asia is not possible without the destruction of the usurping Zionist regime. Because this regime has shown during its 75 years of existence that it does not adhere to humane principles or to international rules and requirements, and during this period, it has committed genocide, land occupation and terrorist acts against other countries and has not followed the instructions of international judicial and non-judicial organizations, including the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Human Rights Council and the International Court of Justice.

This shows the rebelliousness of this regime and has put it in a worse position than Nazi Germany for the security of the region and West Asia; Therefore, as long as this bloodthirsty and usurping regime exists, providing real peace and stability in the region will be nothing but a dream.

Iran's response to Zionist regime
Iran’s response to Zionist regime was completely legitimate and based on international laws

Javid Yousefi



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