Palestinian in Gaza, West Bank Held Mass Protest in Unity

Israeli forces take security measures at the scene after Israeli soldiers shot three Palestinians who allegedly opened fire near a holy site in Jerusalem on Friday, July 14, 2017.

Jakarta, MINA –  Palestinians across Gaza and West Bank held ‘the biggest’ demonstration against the Israeli policies over the closure of Al-Aqsa Mosque from worshipers and ban the call to prayer, known azan, in the holy site.

“Today all of Palestinians people from Al-Quds, West Bank, Gaza, and Palestinians inside the green line will make the biggest demonstrations and clashes at all points with Israel, Today we will protect Al-Aqsa, today every one will try to reach the nearest point,’ the Chairman of  humanitarian aids Palestinian Welfare House, Jomah Al Najjar, told  Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA), earlier.

According to him, the demonstrants is expected to be big challenges for Israel in defending their rights towards the holy cite.

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“One week ago Israel closed Al-Aqsa mosque, and allowed for people to enter, not allowed for Azan or praying, today will fight for Al-Aqsa, today we will make the big challenges InshaAllah,” he added.

He also called on Muslim all over the world to be aware of what is happening in the Palestine and al-Aqsa nowadays.

“My brother and sisters, everyone, every Muslim must raise his eyes to Al-Aqsa. Let’s to fight, let’s to make du’a,” he stressed.(L/RE1/DL/P2)


MI’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)