Renewing the relationship between the Iranian people and the people of Israel, Intelligence Minister Gila Gamliel (Likud) will host the Crown Prince of Iran, Reza Pahlavi, the son of the Shah, and the most senior Iranian personality to ever pay a public visit to Israel.
Minister Gamliel will host Pahlavi in Israel this week, with the aim of creating a bridge between Israel and the Iranian people and expressing joint opposition to the Ayatollah regime.
The heir to the throne promotes discourse on the human rights situation in Iran and supports a democratic Iranian leadership. The Crown Prince will be visiting Israel with the aim of expressing solidarity with the citizens of Israel in light of the attacks by terrorist organizations operating under the auspices of Iran, renewing the relationship between the nations and building an economic relationship with a focus on water technologies.
In addition, the Crown Prince will be honoring the victims of the Holocaust as part of Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day events, and denouncing the antisemitism and Holocaust denial of the Ayatollah regime.
Crown Prince Pahlavi said, “Millions of my compatriots still remember living alongside their Jewish-Iranian friends and neighbors before the Islamic Revolution tore the fabric of our society apart. They reject the regime’s murderous anti-Israel and antisemitic policies and long for cultural, scientific, and economic exchanges with Israel. A democratic Iran will seek to renew its ties with Israel and our Arab neighbors. In my opinion, that day is closer than ever.” (INN / VFI News)
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