Al-Aqsa preacher: The catastrophe of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria proved that the nation is one body

Al-Aqsa preacher: The catastrophe of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria proved that the nation is one body The preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque praised the level of interaction of the Arab and Islamic peoples with the catastrophe of the earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria, and said that it is evidence that the nation is "one body."  The preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, praised the level of interaction of the Arab and Islamic peoples with the "tragedy of Turkey and Syria," stressing that the devastating earthquake really proved that the nation is "one body."  In an interview with Anadolu Agency, Sheikh Sabri, who is also the head of the Islamic Supreme Council, said, "What happened is a catastrophe for Turkey and Syria, but rather for the Arab and Islamic nation, because Arabs and Muslims represent one nation, their feelings and pains are one, and their hopes are one."  He added: "Whoever witnessed the effects of the earthquake realizes the power of the divine will in moving the globe, and we cannot analyze the cause of these earthquakes here or there, but we as Muslims have to accept this catastrophe with steadfastness and satisfaction with God's will and destiny."  In solidarity with Turkey, a delegation from the Supreme Islamic Commission, the highest Islamic popular body in the city of Jerusalem, offered condolences for the victims to the Turkish Consulate General in Jerusalem.  Palestinians also flocked to funeral homes established in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and absentee prayers were held for the souls of the victims more than once at Al-Aqsa Mosque and other mosques in the Palestinian territories.  Sheikh Sabri stressed that "the absentee prayer is a symbolic and religious expression of our solidarity with our brothers in Turkey and Syria, and we consider from a legal point of view that the victims are martyrs."  On the sixth of February, two earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, with a magnitude of 7.7 and 7.6, in addition to hundreds of violent aftershocks, which left huge losses of lives and property in the two countries.  Encouraging interaction  In the Palestinian territories and many Arab and Islamic countries, popular campaigns were launched to collect financial and in-kind assistance for the earthquake victims, and many countries launched air bridges carrying humanitarian supplies and search and rescue teams.  Regarding Palestinian support, Sheikh Sabri said, "This is not strange for the people of Palestine who interact with any event that takes place in the Arab and Islamic world, and we thank and appreciate the efforts of the brothers who are sympathetic to the people of Palestine with the Turkish people and the Syrian people."  The sheikh also praised the role of scholars in calming people down and urging them to donate and volunteer.  And he added, "These are educational and cooperative initiatives, and we thank all those who contributed, whether at the level of countries, groups, parties, or individuals."  alarm  Sheikh Sabri considered that "this catastrophe is a wake-up call for the Islamic nation to unite in its feelings and stand by each other."  And he continued, "We offer condolences to the Turkish and Syrian peoples and to the families of the victims, and we sympathize with the martyrs, and we pray for healing for the wounded, and for the steadfastness of those who survived to be able to live their lives again and to thank God for their salvation from this earthquake."  Praising the level of response to the disaster, the sheikh concluded his speech by saying, "The Arab and Islamic initiatives came according to our expectations. Indeed, the Islamic nation has proven that it is one body, its pains are one, and its hopes are one."           In Al-Aqsa Mosque and Khartoum Prayers in absentia for the souls of the victims of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria Tens of thousands of worshipers in the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, and in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, performed absentee prayers for the souls of the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria, while Al-Aqsa preacher urged the payment of zakat money to those affected.  Tens of thousands of worshipers prayed at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, on Friday, to God to help those affected by earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.  During the performance of Friday prayers in the mosque, the imam and preacher of the mosque, Sheikh Yusef Abu Sneina, prayed, saying: "Oh God, have mercy on our brothers in the land of Turkey, Lord of the worlds, and in the land of Syria, Lord of the worlds. Oh God, accept our martyrs. Oh God, heal the wounded."  Abu Sneineh added: "Oh God, we ask you from this pure space to ease their pain, have mercy on their weakness, and mend their brokenness."  Usually, supplications are not made during Friday prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque, except in times of adversity.  The Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem said, in a written statement, that more than 80,000 people performed Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque.  Sheikh Muhammad Salim, the preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque, said during the Friday sermon at the mosque, that "earthquakes that afflict Muslims, God expiates them for their sins, increases their good deeds and raises their ranks."  He added, "Earthquakes are a testimony to those Muslims who were killed by them."   An absentee prayer was performed for the souls of the earthquake martyrs after Friday prayers.  Sheikh Salim said: "We will pray the funeral prayer in absentia for those who did not pray for him among the martyrs of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, and the funeral prayer for the absent is a legitimate prayer."  And the preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque added: "One of the purposes of the absentee prayer for the martyrs is that it is an expression of the unity of Muslims and an affirmation of their solidarity, and that what befalls the individual Muslim of killing and death in the way of God has an impact on all Muslims."  He urged the payment of zakat money to those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, and said: "There is no legal objection to one of you hastening the zakat of one and two years according to necessity or need."  He added, "Hurry to give your zakat money and alms to the trusted authorities to provide relief to your brothers who were affected by the earthquake."  In the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, dozens of Sudanese and Turkish citizens performed absentee prayers for the souls of the earthquake martyrs in Turkey.  The prayer was held after the Friday performance at the headquarters of the Turkish Education Foundation, in central Khartoum, in the presence of Ankara's ambassador to Sudan, Ismail Choban Oglu.  Before performing the prayer, verses from the Qur’an were recited, supplications and supplications were made for the souls of the martyrs as a result of the earthquakes in Turkey, according to the Anatolia correspondent.  On February 6, a double earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees and the second 7.6 degrees, and thousands of violent aftershocks, which left huge losses of lives and property in both countries.    FIFA announces donating one million dollars to help earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria The International Federation of Football Associations decided to donate one million dollars to help those affected by the earthquake in southern Turkey and northern Syria. While cooperation and coordination continues with the Turkish and Syrian football federations to decide on further measures.  The FIFA Charity Foundation of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) announced a donation of one million dollars in the form of "emergency humanitarian aid" following the devastating earthquakes that struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, claiming thousands of lives.  The foundation said in a statement Thursday evening that the financial assistance "will be used to procure and distribute basic humanitarian items, in addition to providing shelter and protection in emergency and temporary situations."  The statement confirmed the continued cooperation between FIFA and the Turkish and Syrian Football Associations in the operations of "monitoring the situation and deciding on further measures."  The FIFA Charitable Foundation was set up in 2018 as an independent entity to help promote positive social change around the world, and increase support to rebuild damaged or destroyed sporting infrastructure globally.  On February 6, a double earthquake struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees and the second 7.6 degrees, and thousands of violent aftershocks, which left great losses in lives and property in the two countries.

The preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque praised the level of interaction of the Arab and Islamic peoples with the catastrophe of the earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria, and said that it is evidence that the nation is "one body."

The preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, praised the level of interaction of the Arab and Islamic peoples with the "tragedy of Turkey and Syria," stressing that the devastating earthquake really proved that the nation is "one body."

In an interview with Anadolu Agency, Sheikh Sabri, who is also the head of the Islamic Supreme Council, said, "What happened is a catastrophe for Turkey and Syria, but rather for the Arab and Islamic nation, because Arabs and Muslims represent one nation, their feelings and pains are one, and their hopes are one."

He added: "Whoever witnessed the effects of the earthquake realizes the power of the divine will in moving the globe, and we cannot analyze the cause of these earthquakes here or there, but we as Muslims have to accept this catastrophe with steadfastness and satisfaction with God's will and destiny."

In solidarity with Turkey, a delegation from the Supreme Islamic Commission, the highest Islamic popular body in the city of Jerusalem, offered condolences for the victims to the Turkish Consulate General in Jerusalem.

Palestinians also flocked to funeral homes established in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and absentee prayers were held for the souls of the victims more than once at Al-Aqsa Mosque and other mosques in the Palestinian territories.

Sheikh Sabri stressed that "the absentee prayer is a symbolic and religious expression of our solidarity with our brothers in Turkey and Syria, and we consider from a legal point of view that the victims are martyrs."

On the sixth of February, two earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, with a magnitude of 7.7 and 7.6, in addition to hundreds of violent aftershocks, which left huge losses of lives and property in the two countries.

Encouraging interaction

In the Palestinian territories and many Arab and Islamic countries, popular campaigns were launched to collect financial and in-kind assistance for the earthquake victims, and many countries launched air bridges carrying humanitarian supplies and search and rescue teams.

Regarding Palestinian support, Sheikh Sabri said, "This is not strange for the people of Palestine who interact with any event that takes place in the Arab and Islamic world, and we thank and appreciate the efforts of the brothers who are sympathetic to the people of Palestine with the Turkish people and the Syrian people."

The sheikh also praised the role of scholars in calming people down and urging them to donate and volunteer.

And he added, "These are educational and cooperative initiatives, and we thank all those who contributed, whether at the level of countries, groups, parties, or individuals."

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Sheikh Sabri considered that "this catastrophe is a wake-up call for the Islamic nation to unite in its feelings and stand by each other."

And he continued, "We offer condolences to the Turkish and Syrian peoples and to the families of the victims, and we sympathize with the martyrs, and we pray for healing for the wounded, and for the steadfastness of those who survived to be able to live their lives again and to thank God for their salvation from this earthquake."

Praising the level of response to the disaster, the sheikh concluded his speech by saying, "The Arab and Islamic initiatives came according to our expectations. Indeed, the Islamic nation has proven that it is one body, its pains are one, and its hopes are one."










In Al-Aqsa Mosque and Khartoum Prayers in absentia for the souls of the victims of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria
Tens of thousands of worshipers in the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, and in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, performed absentee prayers for the souls of the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria, while Al-Aqsa preacher urged the payment of zakat money to those affected.

Tens of thousands of worshipers prayed at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, on Friday, to God to help those affected by earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.

During the performance of Friday prayers in the mosque, the imam and preacher of the mosque, Sheikh Yusef Abu Sneina, prayed, saying: "Oh God, have mercy on our brothers in the land of Turkey, Lord of the worlds, and in the land of Syria, Lord of the worlds. Oh God, accept our martyrs. Oh God, heal the wounded."

Abu Sneineh added: "Oh God, we ask you from this pure space to ease their pain, have mercy on their weakness, and mend their brokenness."

Usually, supplications are not made during Friday prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque, except in times of adversity.

The Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem said, in a written statement, that more than 80,000 people performed Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Sheikh Muhammad Salim, the preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque, said during the Friday sermon at the mosque, that "earthquakes that afflict Muslims, God expiates them for their sins, increases their good deeds and raises their ranks."

He added, "Earthquakes are a testimony to those Muslims who were killed by them."


An absentee prayer was performed for the souls of the earthquake martyrs after Friday prayers.

Sheikh Salim said: "We will pray the funeral prayer in absentia for those who did not pray for him among the martyrs of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, and the funeral prayer for the absent is a legitimate prayer."

And the preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque added: "One of the purposes of the absentee prayer for the martyrs is that it is an expression of the unity of Muslims and an affirmation of their solidarity, and that what befalls the individual Muslim of killing and death in the way of God has an impact on all Muslims."

He urged the payment of zakat money to those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, and said: "There is no legal objection to one of you hastening the zakat of one and two years according to necessity or need."

He added, "Hurry to give your zakat money and alms to the trusted authorities to provide relief to your brothers who were affected by the earthquake."

In the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, dozens of Sudanese and Turkish citizens performed absentee prayers for the souls of the earthquake martyrs in Turkey.

The prayer was held after the Friday performance at the headquarters of the Turkish Education Foundation, in central Khartoum, in the presence of Ankara's ambassador to Sudan, Ismail Choban Oglu.

Before performing the prayer, verses from the Qur’an were recited, supplications and supplications were made for the souls of the martyrs as a result of the earthquakes in Turkey, according to the Anatolia correspondent.

On February 6, a double earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees and the second 7.6 degrees, and thousands of violent aftershocks, which left huge losses of lives and property in both countries.



FIFA announces donating one million dollars to help earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria
The International Federation of Football Associations decided to donate one million dollars to help those affected by the earthquake in southern Turkey and northern Syria. While cooperation and coordination continues with the Turkish and Syrian football federations to decide on further measures.

The FIFA Charity Foundation of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) announced a donation of one million dollars in the form of "emergency humanitarian aid" following the devastating earthquakes that struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, claiming thousands of lives.

The foundation said in a statement Thursday evening that the financial assistance "will be used to procure and distribute basic humanitarian items, in addition to providing shelter and protection in emergency and temporary situations."

The statement confirmed the continued cooperation between FIFA and the Turkish and Syrian Football Associations in the operations of "monitoring the situation and deciding on further measures."

The FIFA Charitable Foundation was set up in 2018 as an independent entity to help promote positive social change around the world, and increase support to rebuild damaged or destroyed sporting infrastructure globally.

On February 6, a double earthquake struck southern Turkey and northern Syria, the first measuring 7.7 degrees and the second 7.6 degrees, and thousands of violent aftershocks, which left great losses in lives and property in the two countries.
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