Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif flew to Tunisia Tuesday to garner support for a “united front” against Israel.
“We are ready to cooperate with all friends that believe in the necessity of forming a united front against the Zionist enemy and against divisive attempts,” Zarif said Tuesday in a meeting with the leader of one of Tunisia’s chief Islamic parties, according to state-run Tasnim News.
Following the nuclear negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program, the Islamic Republic’s Foreign Minister, a Holocaust-revisionist, has continued to pursue the foreign policy wishes of Iranian dictator Ali Khamenei, who has a stated goal of creating a united Muslim front to “annihilate” the Jewish state of Israel.
In a meeting with Hezbollah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah earlier this month, Zarif pledged that Iran would continue to support the jihadist group in its quest to destroy Israel. “Iran has always stood by the Resistance Front [Hezbollah] against the Zionist regime and has supported the glorious moves by Lebanese, Palestinian and Arab and Muslim Brothers,” he said on August 12.
The same week that he met with Nasrallah, Zarif sat down with Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad and encouraged cooperation against “two regional enemies: The Zionist entity and extremism, terrorism and sectarianism.”
Following the nuclear talks with the P5+1 (UK, US, China, France, Russia, Germany) world powers, Zarif proudly announced, “Never has the Zionist regime been so isolated, even among her allies.”
“With this agreement, the decades-long anti-Iran propaganda of the Zionist regime is finally neutralized,” he added.
Iran’s chief diplomat continues to pursue his annihilationist mission.
Since the July 14 commencement of nuclear talks, he has already visited Kuwait, Qatar, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, India, Pakistan, and Russia and will continue to travel throughout the Arab and Islamic world in hopes of continuing to pursue the Iranian regime’s goal: to isolate and annihilate Israel.