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Palestine: The global march to Jerusalem to launch tomorrow in 40 states & demands to flock to Al-Aqsa Mosque

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Berawi: The global march to Jerusalem to launch tomorrow in 40 states

GAZA, (PIC)– Spokesman for the global march to Jerusalem Zaher Al-Berawi said that all preparations are in place to launch the global march in more than 40 countries on Friday on the 46th anniversary of the occupation of all parts of Jerusalem.

Berawi made his remarks in a press statement to the Palestinian information center (PIC) after his arrival in Gaza along with a delegation of 35 activists from 15 countries.

Berawi said thousands of citizens around the world would participate in this global march, adding that different European cities would see protests outside Israeli embassies.

He said that the rallies in Gaza would move after the Friday prayers towards the closest point to the occupied Palestinian lands in the north, expressing hope that Gaza would be a good exemplar for other participating cities.

He pointed out that there would be also sit-ins and rallies in occupied Jerusalem and its vicinity to confirm the Arab and Islamic identity of the holy city and protest the Israeli Judaization measures against it.

In a related context, intensive preparations are taking place in Cairo and other Egyptian cities to organize the activities of the Global march to Jerusalem.

Al-Quds international institution said it would hold events related to Jerusalem tomorrow in Cairo.

The Jerusalem committee of the international union for Muslim scholars will also organize a march in Cairo after the Friday prayers with the participation of Muslim religious figures.


Sheikh Sabri demands Palestinians to flock to Al-Aqsa Mosque

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Dr. Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, head of the Supreme Islamic Council and preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque, urged the Palestinians to flock to Al-Aqsa Mosque on Thursday, on the occasion of the Isra and Mi’raj.

Sheikh Sabri called in a press release on Wednesday on the Muslims to seize the opportunity of the Isra and Mi’raj anniversary to head to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and perform prayer there.

He pointed out that the Al-Aqsa Mosque has recently witnessed a remarkable increase in violations and incursions by the extremist Jewish groups to its courtyards, with the support of the Israeli government.

Dr. Sabri appealed on this occasion to all Arab and Islamic countries to intensify their efforts and unite their ranks in order to protect the holy sites in Jerusalem and Palestine.


40 Jewish students storm Al-Aqsa Mosque

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– 40 Jewish university students stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the Mughrabi Gate on Wednesday morning, and toured in the Marwani prayer hall, under the protection of the occupation police.

Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowments and Heritage quoted in a statement on Wednesday witnesses as saying that the Israeli students broke into the mosque accompanied by a guide who provided them with an explanation using a map detailing the place.

A group of Palestinian female students run towards the Marwani prayer hall, prompting the police officers to arrive in anticipation of the outbreak of clashes between the two sides.

The Foundation added that the Jewish students left the place and moved to the gates of the Marwani prayer hall from the east, when they were followed by the Palestinian female students and then by the Israeli police elements.

Al-Aqsa Foundation noted that the occupation and its security arms are trying to impose a new reality on the ground in an attempt to seize and divide the Al-Aqsa mosque, which is a pure Islamic endowment, as the foundation said.


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