Awqaf Council Calls for Marching Solidarity Al-Aqsa Next Friday

Al-Quds, MINA – The Islamic Awqaf Council in Occupied Al-Quds (Jerusalem) has called on the Palestinian masses to march solidarity for the Aqsa Mosque to perform the prayers next Friday on it, especially in Bab Al-Rahma, on order to express their rejection of Israel’s targeting of the Islamic holy sites.

In lives television qouted from Palinfo, the head of the Council Sheikh Abdul-Adeem said that the expected massive mass in the next Friday prayers would be an important message to the occupation government.

Sheikh Salhab urged the Palestinians in the West Bank and the 1948 occupied lands to necessarily back the Jerusalemites in their efforts to defend the Aqsa Mosque and to march en masse to Jerusalem.

He stressed that the Council would never respond to Israeli courts over Bab Al-Rahma, which he said would remain open to Muslim worshipers, and would not yield to any threats from the Israeli police and authorities, which “have no jurisdiction over the Aqsa Mosque.”

Meanwhile, the International Islamic Scholars Association called for solidarity with all legal forms to support the isues of al-Quds, al-Aqsa and Palestine.

In his statement, Islamic Scholars said our people are currently threatened by existence and identity, al-Quds and the Aqsa Mosque.

To the leaders, the scholars, thinkers and all the people to give attention to Palestine, and stop the dangerous threats that are targeting the identity of al-Quds, which is a noble land belonging to Islam and the Arab nation.

We call on all Muslims to do solidarity in supporting the issues of al-Quds, al-Aqsa and Palestine, morally and materially, said the Association of International Islamic Scholars. (T/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)