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Foreign ministry spokesperson Bahram Ghasemi said on Monday that the vote could "lead to developments and happenings that could affect all people of the region and especially Kurdish people".
The Kurdish people - who number roughly 30 million across several countries - were left stateless when the Ottoman Empire collapsed a century ago.
Ths US has repeatedly attempted to persuade the Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) to delay the referendum, fearing further friction between Irbil and Baghdad could derail the fight against Isis.
The KRG is controversially holding the referendum in areas in the north of the country into which its forces have advanced in the fight to defeat Isis, which are ethnically mixed.
Svetlova, a member of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee and head of the Knesset Caucus for Strengthening Relations Between the State of Israel and the Kurdish People, said the referendum will be a “turning point for millions of Kurds in Iraq and around the globe.
Tehran and Baghdad have been closely allied since 2003, when the US-led invasion toppled dictator Saddam Hussein.
And politicians said that the people on whose land blood was shed deserve the right to determine their future.
On Wednesday, president of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masoud Barzani, tweeted, “I am pleased to announce that the date for the independence referendum has been set for Monday, September 25.”Barzani received support across Kurdistan’s political spectrum.
Saddam Hussein, who launched the genocidal Anfal campaign against Kurds in the 1980s, also threatened to “burn” Israel with chemical weapons.
Israeli members of Knesset and the prime minister have expressed support for the rights of Kurds to seek independence.“With respect to the Kurds, they are a warrior nation that is politically moderate, has proved they can be politically committed and is worthy of statehood,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in 2014.