Despite the restrictions of the occupation, 150,000 people pray the third Friday of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa

A gift for Jerusalem.. Mass rallies in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Jordan and Gaza Mass rallies took place in the Gaza Strip and a number of countries and capitals in support of Jerusalem, and condemnation of the Israeli attacks on Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.  Thousands of Palestinians participated in the northern Gaza Strip on Friday afternoon in a march of solidarity with the city of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque in light of the Israeli incursions.  Participants in the march called by the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas toured a number of streets, raising Palestinian flags and banners condemning the Israeli attacks in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.  Suhail al-Hindi, a member of the Hamas political bureau, said in a speech at the end of the march that "the Palestinian people are united in confronting the occupation to tell the enemy that Palestinian geography is at the heart of one man to thwart his plans."  In Jordan, mass rallies took place today, Friday, in the capital, Amman, in support of Jerusalem.  The demonstrators condemned the Israeli attacks in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, and demanded the government to cancel the Wadi Araba agreement and expel the Israeli ambassador from the country.  Thousands of Pakistanis also went out after Friday prayers in a massive demonstration in solidarity with occupied Jerusalem and against the Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque.  In Bangladesh, thousands of Muslims demonstrated against the Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque and the burning of the Holy Quran in Sweden.  At dawn on Friday, the Israeli occupation police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, which resulted in confrontations with the Palestinians, during which 31 of them were injured, two of them seriously.  For days, tension has prevailed in Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa squares as a result of Israeli incursions into the mosque, coinciding with the Jewish Passover holiday, which ended yesterday, Thursday, after it lasted for a week. Despite the restrictions of the occupation, 150,000 people pray the third Friday of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa Despite Israeli restrictions, about 150,000 Palestinians performed the third Friday prayer of Ramadan in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.  About 150,000 Palestinians performed the third Friday prayer of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa Mosque despite Israeli restrictions.  Sheikh Azzam Al-Khatib, Director General of the Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem, told Anadolu Agency that 150,000 worshipers performed Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque.   The prayer came after clashes that broke out in the courtyards of the mosque on Friday morning between worshipers and the Israeli police, which resulted in the injury of 31 Palestinians, two of whom were seriously injured.  In his Friday sermon, Sheikh Yusef Abu Sneina condemned "the Israeli practices in the mosque during the last days."  The Israeli police announced the deployment of thousands of its members in East Jerusalem.  Anadolu Agency reporter noticed a heavy presence of the occupation police at the entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem, which includes the mosque, its surroundings and alleys.  The Israeli authorities prevented male Palestinians under the age of 50 from the West Bank and all Gazans from entering the mosque to perform prayers.  The streets in East Jerusalem witnessed congestion due to the high number of worshipers.  The Israeli police closed a number of streets in the vicinity of the Old City.

Despite Israeli restrictions, about 150,000 Palestinians performed the third Friday prayer of Ramadan in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

About 150,000 Palestinians performed the third Friday prayer of Ramadan at Al-Aqsa Mosque despite Israeli restrictions.

Sheikh Azzam Al-Khatib, Director General of the Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem, told Anadolu Agency that 150,000 worshipers performed Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The prayer came after clashes that broke out in the courtyards of the mosque on Friday morning between worshipers and the Israeli police, which resulted in the injury of 31 Palestinians, two of whom were seriously injured.

In his Friday sermon, Sheikh Yusef Abu Sneina condemned "the Israeli practices in the mosque during the last days."

The Israeli police announced the deployment of thousands of its members in East Jerusalem.

Anadolu Agency reporter noticed a heavy presence of the occupation police at the entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem, which includes the mosque, its surroundings and alleys.

The Israeli authorities prevented male Palestinians under the age of 50 from the West Bank and all Gazans from entering the mosque to perform prayers.

The streets in East Jerusalem witnessed congestion due to the high number of worshipers.

The Israeli police closed a number of streets in the vicinity of the Old City.

A gift for Jerusalem Mass rallies in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Jordan and Gaza

Mass rallies took place in the Gaza Strip and a number of countries and capitals in support of Jerusalem, and condemnation of the Israeli attacks on Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Thousands of Palestinians participated in the northern Gaza Strip on Friday afternoon in a march of solidarity with the city of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque in light of the Israeli incursions.

Participants in the march called by the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas toured a number of streets, raising Palestinian flags and banners condemning the Israeli attacks in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Suhail al-Hindi, a member of the Hamas political bureau, said in a speech at the end of the march that "the Palestinian people are united in confronting the occupation to tell the enemy that Palestinian geography is at the heart of one man to thwart his plans."

In Jordan, mass rallies took place today, Friday, in the capital, Amman, in support of Jerusalem.

The demonstrators condemned the Israeli attacks in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, and demanded the government to cancel the Wadi Araba agreement and expel the Israeli ambassador from the country.

Thousands of Pakistanis also went out after Friday prayers in a massive demonstration in solidarity with occupied Jerusalem and against the Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In Bangladesh, thousands of Muslims demonstrated against the Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque and the burning of the Holy Quran in Sweden.

At dawn on Friday, the Israeli occupation police stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, which resulted in confrontations with the Palestinians, during which 31 of them were injured, two of them seriously.

For days, tension has prevailed in Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa squares as a result of Israeli incursions into the mosque, coinciding with the Jewish Passover holiday, which ended yesterday, Thursday, after it lasted for a week.
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