In a haunting echo from the vicious riots that ripped apart the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn in August 1991, an envoy of the Gaza-based Hamas terrorist organization told a conference in Iran on Friday, “No Justice, No Peace.”
It’s the same slogan chanted by groups such as “Black Lives Matter,” some of whom led protests that became full-scale riots that tore apart U.S. neighborhoods in 2016 – “No Justice, No Peace.”
On Friday, Khalid al-Qadoumi told the meeting of the International Conference of Asian Political Parties Standing Committee (ICAPP) in Tehran that when there is ‘no justice, no peace’ will be imaginable.
Citizens of the Palestinian Authority should “grow a generation that can live in peace and security,” he said, according to IRNA.
The Second Special Conference on the Silk Road also opened at the Iran International Conference Center in Tehran the same day.
ICAPP is being hosted by Iran’s Islamic Coalition Party. Officials of 40 parties and political organization from 25 Asian nations were present at the conference, according to IRNA, as well as those from regional and international organizations.
Hamas redoubled its ties with Iran — its main backer — about half a year ago.