The issue was stressed in the final statement of the 'Political Groups and Parties' Commission of the conference, in which the participants also supported the Palestinian Intifada and regional uprisings and revolutions.
They also underlined the need for increased pressures on those international courts which shrug off pursuing the crimes of the Zionist regime.
The participants in the Intifada Conference also voiced their support for the rights of the people which have staged uprisings and revolutions in their countries, specially the Yemeni nation, to overthrow their dictatorial regimes.
Also, the parliamentary delegations attending the 5th International Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada in Tehran called for the approval and execution of more laws in all Muslim countries to impose a strict ban on Israeli goods and activities of all companies and institutions with direct or indirect ties or affiliation with Israel.
"All Islamic states are required to pay serious attention to this issue and adopt the necessary measures to prevent the import of Israeli commodities," a statement issued by the parliamentary commission of the conference said on Sunday, stressing the necessity for banning Israeli goods and avoiding any measure which strengthens the Zionist regime.