First, Palestinians in the Middle East and diaspora must have their own country.
Second, forty years of Palestine-centric policy by the unreformable, expansionist and warmongering Islamist fascists has not only deepened the divide between the Palestinian factions, who desperately need unity to achieve their goal of attaining a country, it has also alienated many people of the region.
It is an undeniable fact that expansionism of the Islamist fascists, who bill themselves as the chief supporters of Palestinians, has caused regional countries to become less pronounced and proactive in their support of Palestinians.
It is also an undeniable fact that Iranians have come to equate Palestinians on par with the Islamist fascists, at any opportunity venting their hatred for both.
The law of diminishing return is at play in Iran vis-a-vis the lslamist fascists’ support for the Palestinians, "Death to Palestine" shouts by Iranians in the ongoing anti-Islamist fascism protests in Iran is the latest clear manifestation of this phenomenon:
Airtight sanctions - which includes oil - a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.
Picture above; “Martyred Saddam Hussein” memorial in Palestine. Lets not forget, murderous Saddam killed and maimed upwards of half million Iranians, and after he was ejected from the part in Iran he had occupied, to date, the ruins he left behind have not been repaired by the Islamist fascists.