Italian & Hungarian professors call for prosecuting Zionist regime

March 9, 2009 - 0:0

TEHRAN – In interviews with the Tehran Times, Morvai Krisztina, a law professor from Hungary and Avv. Claudio Moffa from Teramo University in Italy expressed their support to the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution’s comments on prosecuting the Zionist regime’s leaders for assaults on defenseless Palestinian people.

In an inaugural address to the international conference on Palestine in Tehran on March 4, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, “Break the spell of impunity for the Zionist criminals… and bring to trial the political and military heads of the usurper regime.”
“We absolutely support prosecution of Israeli war criminals,” Hungarian professor Morvai Krisztina said. “The Palestinian issue concerns the entire world.”
She also praised Iran for taking steps to set up a court to prosecute Israeli war criminals.
Professor Moffa also condemned the Israeli crimes in Gaza and suggested some concrete steps must be taken to prevent repeat of such genocides in the world.
Taking “military, legal, and political” actions against the Israeli regime are among the steps to establish peace in the Middle Eastern region, the Italian professor said.
He said the prosecution of Israeli criminals suggested by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic “will be the best move” to end Israeli crimes against Palestinians.
To isolate the Tel Aviv regime politically, the Italian professor suggested, “It is necessary that governments around the world to break off their diplomatic relations with Israel.”
He also said, “All the Israeli products should be boycotted.”