Occupied Jerusalem – Safe

This Friday’s preacher at Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Yusuf Abu Sanina, said: “Al-Aqsa Mosque will remain pure for Islam and Muslims, and that an attack on it is an attack on Muslims, and the repeated invasions do not give the settlers any right to the blessed mosque.”

He added that what happened in some of the schools in Jerusalem to raise the Israeli flag is against the principles, morals, values ​​and his cause.

He made it clear that the Palestinian people are part of the Islamic nation and have their own culture and civilization, and the occupation should not impose on them what we learn and what we don’t learn.

Tens of thousands of Palestinians held Friday prayers today at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, despite the restrictions of the occupation on the barriers deployed in and around Jerusalem.

And Jerusalem sources said that more than 45,000 worshipers from the residents of Jerusalem and the occupied interior, and those who managed to reach the mosque from the West Bank, held prayers in its courtyards and covered chapels.

The occupation forces prevented the arrival of hundreds of citizens from the West Bank to the city of Jerusalem, in order to perform Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The occupying forces also arrested two children from the Shoafat refugee camp while they were staying on Elvad Street in the Old City of Jerusalem.


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