Commander of Iran’s Basij (volunteer) force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi stressed that the crimes committed by the so-called liberal democracy in different parts of the world, specially in the region, are worst than the crimes of Adolf Hitler.
The victory of people in Gaza invalidated the liberal democracy camp, Naqdi said on Wednesday, addressing a group of university lecturers in the city of Mashhad.
The significant victory of people in Gaza and Hamas after a stiff resistance is regarded as a humiliating defeat for the Zionist regime, he said.
Naqdi said the crimes under the guise of liberal democracy in the world are worse than those committed by Hitler.
The occupying regime of Israel must know that the victory is not the end of resistance movement but should be regarded as a prerequisite for other victories in the future, he said.
On Tuesday, Palestinian groups and Egyptian mediators confirmed that the Cairo-based talks ended in truce.
Palestinian and Egyptian officials said the deal calls for an indefinite halt to the war, the immediate opening of Gaza’s blockaded crossings with Israel and Egypt and a widening of the territory’s fishing zone in the Mediterranean.
Under a second stage of the truce that would begin a month later, Israel and the Palestinians would discuss the construction of a Gaza sea port and Israel’s release of Hamas prisoners in the occupied West Bank.
After the ceasefire began, crowds and traffic filled the Gaza streets. Car horns blared and recorded chants praising God sounded from mosque loudspeakers.