Pictures | Thousands of Palestinians prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque for Ramadan

Pictures | Thousands of Palestinians prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque for Ramadan Thousands of Palestinians participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the holy month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  Thousands of Palestinians from the interior (1948) participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the blessed month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  The "Islamic Movement" in Israel and the "Al-Aqsa" Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries (non-governmental) organized activities to clean and equip the mosque under the title "Jerusalem First Camp 13".  A statement issued by the "Al-Aqsa Association" stated that "Al-Quds First Camp is organized by the Islamic Movement and the Al-Aqsa Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries for the thirteenth year in a row."  The statement added that "more than 10,000 men, women and children from our people from various towns in the Palestinian interior, from the Negev, the Triangle, the Galilee and the coastal cities participated in the camp."  The statement noted that "the number of buses operated by the Al-Aqsa Association for the camp through the "Al-Aqsa Convoys" project is about 150."  He explained that the Al-Quds camp "aims to prepare and equip the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to receive worshipers in the blessed month of Ramadan, and to support and empower Al-Quds and its people and Arab neighborhoods."  The camp’s work included preparing and cleaning the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, its chapels, courtyards and its surroundings, in addition to several workshops in the neighborhoods of the Old City and Jerusalem, according to the statement.  During the month of Ramadan, Palestinians are keen to perform prayers and worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.  And there are one million and 995,000 Palestinians living inside Israel, descending from about 154,000 Arabs, who did not leave their lands during the Nakba in 1948.  The population of Israel is about 9.449 million by the end of 2021, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.

Thousands of Palestinians participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the holy month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.

Thousands of Palestinians from the interior (1948) participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the blessed month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.
Pictures | Thousands of Palestinians prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque for Ramadan Thousands of Palestinians participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the holy month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  Thousands of Palestinians from the interior (1948) participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the blessed month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  The "Islamic Movement" in Israel and the "Al-Aqsa" Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries (non-governmental) organized activities to clean and equip the mosque under the title "Jerusalem First Camp 13".  A statement issued by the "Al-Aqsa Association" stated that "Al-Quds First Camp is organized by the Islamic Movement and the Al-Aqsa Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries for the thirteenth year in a row."  The statement added that "more than 10,000 men, women and children from our people from various towns in the Palestinian interior, from the Negev, the Triangle, the Galilee and the coastal cities participated in the camp."  The statement noted that "the number of buses operated by the Al-Aqsa Association for the camp through the "Al-Aqsa Convoys" project is about 150."  He explained that the Al-Quds camp "aims to prepare and equip the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to receive worshipers in the blessed month of Ramadan, and to support and empower Al-Quds and its people and Arab neighborhoods."  The camp’s work included preparing and cleaning the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, its chapels, courtyards and its surroundings, in addition to several workshops in the neighborhoods of the Old City and Jerusalem, according to the statement.  During the month of Ramadan, Palestinians are keen to perform prayers and worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.  And there are one million and 995,000 Palestinians living inside Israel, descending from about 154,000 Arabs, who did not leave their lands during the Nakba in 1948.  The population of Israel is about 9.449 million by the end of 2021, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.


The "Islamic Movement" in Israel and the "Al-Aqsa" Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries (non-governmental) organized activities to clean and equip the mosque under the title "Jerusalem First Camp 13".

Pictures | Thousands of Palestinians prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque for Ramadan Thousands of Palestinians participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the holy month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  Thousands of Palestinians from the interior (1948) participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the blessed month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  The "Islamic Movement" in Israel and the "Al-Aqsa" Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries (non-governmental) organized activities to clean and equip the mosque under the title "Jerusalem First Camp 13".  A statement issued by the "Al-Aqsa Association" stated that "Al-Quds First Camp is organized by the Islamic Movement and the Al-Aqsa Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries for the thirteenth year in a row."  The statement added that "more than 10,000 men, women and children from our people from various towns in the Palestinian interior, from the Negev, the Triangle, the Galilee and the coastal cities participated in the camp."  The statement noted that "the number of buses operated by the Al-Aqsa Association for the camp through the "Al-Aqsa Convoys" project is about 150."  He explained that the Al-Quds camp "aims to prepare and equip the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to receive worshipers in the blessed month of Ramadan, and to support and empower Al-Quds and its people and Arab neighborhoods."  The camp’s work included preparing and cleaning the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, its chapels, courtyards and its surroundings, in addition to several workshops in the neighborhoods of the Old City and Jerusalem, according to the statement.  During the month of Ramadan, Palestinians are keen to perform prayers and worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.  And there are one million and 995,000 Palestinians living inside Israel, descending from about 154,000 Arabs, who did not leave their lands during the Nakba in 1948.  The population of Israel is about 9.449 million by the end of 2021, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.


A statement issued by the "Al-Aqsa Association" stated that "Al-Quds First Camp is organized by the Islamic Movement and the Al-Aqsa Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries for the thirteenth year in a row."

The statement added that "more than 10,000 men, women and children from our people from various towns in the Palestinian interior, from the Negev, the Triangle, the Galilee and the coastal cities participated in the camp."

Pictures | Thousands of Palestinians prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque for Ramadan Thousands of Palestinians participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the holy month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  Thousands of Palestinians from the interior (1948) participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the blessed month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  The "Islamic Movement" in Israel and the "Al-Aqsa" Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries (non-governmental) organized activities to clean and equip the mosque under the title "Jerusalem First Camp 13".  A statement issued by the "Al-Aqsa Association" stated that "Al-Quds First Camp is organized by the Islamic Movement and the Al-Aqsa Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries for the thirteenth year in a row."  The statement added that "more than 10,000 men, women and children from our people from various towns in the Palestinian interior, from the Negev, the Triangle, the Galilee and the coastal cities participated in the camp."  The statement noted that "the number of buses operated by the Al-Aqsa Association for the camp through the "Al-Aqsa Convoys" project is about 150."  He explained that the Al-Quds camp "aims to prepare and equip the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to receive worshipers in the blessed month of Ramadan, and to support and empower Al-Quds and its people and Arab neighborhoods."  The camp’s work included preparing and cleaning the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, its chapels, courtyards and its surroundings, in addition to several workshops in the neighborhoods of the Old City and Jerusalem, according to the statement.  During the month of Ramadan, Palestinians are keen to perform prayers and worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.  And there are one million and 995,000 Palestinians living inside Israel, descending from about 154,000 Arabs, who did not leave their lands during the Nakba in 1948.  The population of Israel is about 9.449 million by the end of 2021, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.


The statement noted that "the number of buses operated by the Al-Aqsa Association for the camp through the "Al-Aqsa Convoys" project is about 150."

He explained that the Al-Quds camp "aims to prepare and equip the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to receive worshipers in the blessed month of Ramadan, and to support and empower Al-Quds and its people and Arab neighborhoods."

The camp’s work included preparing and cleaning the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, its chapels, courtyards and its surroundings, in addition to several workshops in the neighborhoods of the Old City and Jerusalem, according to the statement.

Pictures | Thousands of Palestinians prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque for Ramadan Thousands of Palestinians participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the holy month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  Thousands of Palestinians from the interior (1948) participated in activities to clean and prepare Al-Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards to receive the blessed month of Ramadan at the beginning of next April.  The "Islamic Movement" in Israel and the "Al-Aqsa" Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries (non-governmental) organized activities to clean and equip the mosque under the title "Jerusalem First Camp 13".  A statement issued by the "Al-Aqsa Association" stated that "Al-Quds First Camp is organized by the Islamic Movement and the Al-Aqsa Association for the Care of Endowments and Sanctuaries for the thirteenth year in a row."  The statement added that "more than 10,000 men, women and children from our people from various towns in the Palestinian interior, from the Negev, the Triangle, the Galilee and the coastal cities participated in the camp."  The statement noted that "the number of buses operated by the Al-Aqsa Association for the camp through the "Al-Aqsa Convoys" project is about 150."  He explained that the Al-Quds camp "aims to prepare and equip the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque to receive worshipers in the blessed month of Ramadan, and to support and empower Al-Quds and its people and Arab neighborhoods."  The camp’s work included preparing and cleaning the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, its chapels, courtyards and its surroundings, in addition to several workshops in the neighborhoods of the Old City and Jerusalem, according to the statement.  During the month of Ramadan, Palestinians are keen to perform prayers and worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.  And there are one million and 995,000 Palestinians living inside Israel, descending from about 154,000 Arabs, who did not leave their lands during the Nakba in 1948.  The population of Israel is about 9.449 million by the end of 2021, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.


During the month of Ramadan, Palestinians are keen to perform prayers and worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

And there are one million and 995,000 Palestinians living inside Israel, descending from about 154,000 Arabs, who did not leave their lands during the Nakba in 1948.

The population of Israel is about 9.449 million by the end of 2021, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics.
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