Palestinian calls to tighten the backpacker and Rabat in Al-Aqsa on the last Friday in Ramadan Palestinian calls to tighten the backpacker and Rabat in Al-Aqsa on the last Friday in Ramadan

Palestinian calls to tighten the backpacker and Rabat in Al-Aqsa on the last Friday in Ramadan

Palestinian calls to tighten the backpacker and Rabat in Al-Aqsa on the last Friday in Ramadan The "Hamas" and "Islamic Jihad" movements called for mass participation, the continuation of Rabat, and i'tikaaf in Al-Aqsa to defend it and thwart the Zionist plan.  The "Hamas" and "Islamic Jihad" movements, in two separate statements on Thursday, called on the Palestinians to travel to Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on the last Friday of Ramadan this year.  Hamas said: "We call for mass participation and the continuation of Rabat and I'tikaf in the blessed Al-Aqsa, to renew the pledge of defense and protection from the occupation."  And she stressed "the need to thwart the plans of the Zionist enemy and settlers to desecrate, storm and divide it," as she put it.  In turn, the Islamic Jihad Movement called on "the Palestinian people to travel to the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and gather in its squares, chapels and domes, and perform prayers in it and perform i'tikaf and the bond that constitutes a challenge to the enemy, its projects, plans and terrorist leaders," according to its statement.  And she added, "The Palestinian people, who waged confrontations and made a waterfall of sacrifices in defense of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa, will not hesitate to provide more in response to any crime committed by the enemy against its sanctities. Violating Al-Aqsa, the first Muslim qiblah, is an infringement of our right to Palestine and the faith and religion of our nation."  The city of Jerusalem has been witnessing tension for days, in the wake of the Israeli police storming Al-Aqsa Mosque last week, and assaulting worshipers inside it with beatings, stun grenades and tear gas, and preventing them from performing i'tikaf in it.  The repeated incursions into Al-Aqsa led to tension and clashes throughout the Palestinian territories and the Arab regions of Israel, in addition to the firing of rockets from Lebanon, Gaza and Syria.  On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to stop settlers' incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque until the end of Ramadan.       "New Silk Road" Get acquainted with the project linking Turkey and the Gulf countries via Iraq With a railway and highway with a length of 1,200 km, the development road project that will link the development in Turkey with the port of Faw in the Persian Gulf is expected to affect a wide area from Europe to the Gulf countries and bring joint benefits.  The visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani to Turkey a few days ago revealed that there is an understanding between the two countries in the development path project. So much so that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan defined the project as the New Silk Road and stressed its importance.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued, saying: "We affirmed our determination to work together to achieve the "Development Road Project" to build a road and rail transport corridor that extends from Basra to the Turkish border.. This development road is an important strategic project not only for Turkey and Iraq, but also For the entire region. Millions of people in a wide geographical area from Europe to the Gulf will benefit from the added value that will emerge from the construction of this road. We know that other brotherly countries are also closely interested in this project, which will enhance regional cooperation, develop our trade and strengthen our human relations. I believe that we will transform " Development Road Project" to the new Silk Road for our region, with their participation, I hope."  In fact, this promising project would increase the importance of the " middle corridor ", which is strategically important to revive the historic Silk Road that reaches the Caucasus starting from Turkey, then across the Caspian Sea to Central Asia and China, after Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.  Fresh breath in the middle lane  The Middle Corridor, an alternative to the "Northern Corridor" that runs through Russia and the "Southern Corridor" that runs through Iran, occupies an important position for the integration of China and Europe. This line, which runs from Beijing to London, is at the heart of an annual trade turnover of more than $600 billion.  The northern and southern corridors connecting China and the countries of the region with the Middle East and Europe are also included in the category of lines with a high probability of encountering difficulties in terms of their geopolitical locations. Instability in the Middle East, including Syria and Iraq, increased the risks in the southern corridor, while the northern corridor was negatively affected by the Russian-Ukrainian war. Which increased the strategic importance of the middle corridor.  The recent arousal of talk about the " Development Road Project " gave a new breath to the Middle Corridor that passes through Turkey, which in turn controls all strategic transit routes in the context of Asia and Europe, which has made Turkey a major player in the Development Road Project, which will also contribute to increasing the value of the corridor. Middle. So what is the development path project? What does this mean for Türkiye and the region?  "New Silk Road"  The story of the development road project, which will start from the Persian Gulf and pass through the important cities of Iraq to Turkey and then to Europe, began in 2005 when the local administration in Basra proposed to the government to build the largest port in the region with a budget of nearly $5 billion in the Faw Peninsula. which lies at the head of the Persian Gulf.  For this purpose, Iraq initiated the port works of Al-Faw. This port is expected to receive the first ship in September 2024 and fully open in 2025. To make the port more useful and efficient, plans are made to create strategic routes to the neighbours.  In April 2010, the Iraqi Ministry of Transport announced its acceptance of investment offers to build a railway from Al-Faw to both Turkey and Syria. In March 2014, Iraq signed an agreement with the World Bank for this purpose.  On the other hand, Iraq's geopolitical importance increased even more with the development and leasing of the Pakistani port of Gwadar by China in 2015. Because the Chinese goods that reach Gwadar will be able to reach Europe via the "development road" in a short time and at a much lower cost, instead of reaching To Europe by sea through the Suez Canal.  What is the importance of this project?  After the outbreak of the war in Ukraine in late February 2022 and the problems that arose in European relations with Russia, the path of Qatari gas transportation and the extraction of Iraqi gas and its export to Europe increased the importance of the middle corridor and the "development road project", which will not only include a highway and a line There will be a railway, but there will be lines for transporting Gulf oil and natural gas as well.  And while the Turkish Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Adel Qara Ismailoglu, described the project as the new Silk Road , indicating that important developments will be witnessed by the Gulf countries and the entire region, the former Iraqi Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Bandar Shibli, saw that the implementation of this project would bring more security and stability to Iraq. Because he believes that the countries benefiting from the project will make an effort to ensure the security of this project.  It should be noted that this road, which starts from Basra, will enter Turkey from the point of contact between Iraq, Turkey and Syria, after it passes through the important cities of Iraq and continues to Europe from the port of Mersin. According to the plan, the nearly $20 billion project is expected to be completed by 2029.  Türkiye is one of the main sponsors of this project. Regardless of the economic benefits to be obtained, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu; A $5 billion loan was promised at the "Iraq Reconstruction Conference" held in Kuwait in February 2018. During the visit of former Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi to Ankara in late 2020, it was said that this loan was granted for the construction of the road in question.

The "Hamas" and "Islamic Jihad" movements called for mass participation, the continuation of Rabat, and i'tikaaf in Al-Aqsa to defend it and thwart the Zionist plan.

The "Hamas" and "Islamic Jihad" movements, in two separate statements on Thursday, called on the Palestinians to travel to Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on the last Friday of Ramadan this year.

Hamas said: "We call for mass participation and the continuation of Rabat and I'tikaf in the blessed Al-Aqsa, to renew the pledge of defense and protection from the occupation."

And she stressed "the need to thwart the plans of the Zionist enemy and settlers to desecrate, storm and divide it," as she put it.

In turn, the Islamic Jihad Movement called on "the Palestinian people to travel to the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and gather in its squares, chapels and domes, and perform prayers in it and perform i'tikaf and the bond that constitutes a challenge to the enemy, its projects, plans and terrorist leaders," according to its statement.

And she added, "The Palestinian people, who waged confrontations and made a waterfall of sacrifices in defense of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa, will not hesitate to provide more in response to any crime committed by the enemy against its sanctities. Violating Al-Aqsa, the first Muslim qiblah, is an infringement of our right to Palestine and the faith and religion of our nation."

The city of Jerusalem has been witnessing tension for days, in the wake of the Israeli police storming Al-Aqsa Mosque last week, and assaulting worshipers inside it with beatings, stun grenades and tear gas, and preventing them from performing i'tikaf in it.

The repeated incursions into Al-Aqsa led to tension and clashes throughout the Palestinian territories and the Arab regions of Israel, in addition to the firing of rockets from Lebanon, Gaza and Syria.

On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to stop settlers' incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque until the end of Ramadan.



Palestinian calls to tighten the backpacker and Rabat in Al-Aqsa on the last Friday in Ramadan The "Hamas" and "Islamic Jihad" movements called for mass participation, the continuation of Rabat, and i'tikaaf in Al-Aqsa to defend it and thwart the Zionist plan.  The "Hamas" and "Islamic Jihad" movements, in two separate statements on Thursday, called on the Palestinians to travel to Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on the last Friday of Ramadan this year.  Hamas said: "We call for mass participation and the continuation of Rabat and I'tikaf in the blessed Al-Aqsa, to renew the pledge of defense and protection from the occupation."  And she stressed "the need to thwart the plans of the Zionist enemy and settlers to desecrate, storm and divide it," as she put it.  In turn, the Islamic Jihad Movement called on "the Palestinian people to travel to the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and gather in its squares, chapels and domes, and perform prayers in it and perform i'tikaf and the bond that constitutes a challenge to the enemy, its projects, plans and terrorist leaders," according to its statement.  And she added, "The Palestinian people, who waged confrontations and made a waterfall of sacrifices in defense of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa, will not hesitate to provide more in response to any crime committed by the enemy against its sanctities. Violating Al-Aqsa, the first Muslim qiblah, is an infringement of our right to Palestine and the faith and religion of our nation."  The city of Jerusalem has been witnessing tension for days, in the wake of the Israeli police storming Al-Aqsa Mosque last week, and assaulting worshipers inside it with beatings, stun grenades and tear gas, and preventing them from performing i'tikaf in it.  The repeated incursions into Al-Aqsa led to tension and clashes throughout the Palestinian territories and the Arab regions of Israel, in addition to the firing of rockets from Lebanon, Gaza and Syria.  On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu decided to stop settlers' incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque until the end of Ramadan.       "New Silk Road" Get acquainted with the project linking Turkey and the Gulf countries via Iraq With a railway and highway with a length of 1,200 km, the development road project that will link the development in Turkey with the port of Faw in the Persian Gulf is expected to affect a wide area from Europe to the Gulf countries and bring joint benefits.  The visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani to Turkey a few days ago revealed that there is an understanding between the two countries in the development path project. So much so that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan defined the project as the New Silk Road and stressed its importance.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued, saying: "We affirmed our determination to work together to achieve the "Development Road Project" to build a road and rail transport corridor that extends from Basra to the Turkish border.. This development road is an important strategic project not only for Turkey and Iraq, but also For the entire region. Millions of people in a wide geographical area from Europe to the Gulf will benefit from the added value that will emerge from the construction of this road. We know that other brotherly countries are also closely interested in this project, which will enhance regional cooperation, develop our trade and strengthen our human relations. I believe that we will transform " Development Road Project" to the new Silk Road for our region, with their participation, I hope."  In fact, this promising project would increase the importance of the " middle corridor ", which is strategically important to revive the historic Silk Road that reaches the Caucasus starting from Turkey, then across the Caspian Sea to Central Asia and China, after Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.  Fresh breath in the middle lane  The Middle Corridor, an alternative to the "Northern Corridor" that runs through Russia and the "Southern Corridor" that runs through Iran, occupies an important position for the integration of China and Europe. This line, which runs from Beijing to London, is at the heart of an annual trade turnover of more than $600 billion.  The northern and southern corridors connecting China and the countries of the region with the Middle East and Europe are also included in the category of lines with a high probability of encountering difficulties in terms of their geopolitical locations. Instability in the Middle East, including Syria and Iraq, increased the risks in the southern corridor, while the northern corridor was negatively affected by the Russian-Ukrainian war. Which increased the strategic importance of the middle corridor.  The recent arousal of talk about the " Development Road Project " gave a new breath to the Middle Corridor that passes through Turkey, which in turn controls all strategic transit routes in the context of Asia and Europe, which has made Turkey a major player in the Development Road Project, which will also contribute to increasing the value of the corridor. Middle. So what is the development path project? What does this mean for Türkiye and the region?  "New Silk Road"  The story of the development road project, which will start from the Persian Gulf and pass through the important cities of Iraq to Turkey and then to Europe, began in 2005 when the local administration in Basra proposed to the government to build the largest port in the region with a budget of nearly $5 billion in the Faw Peninsula. which lies at the head of the Persian Gulf.  For this purpose, Iraq initiated the port works of Al-Faw. This port is expected to receive the first ship in September 2024 and fully open in 2025. To make the port more useful and efficient, plans are made to create strategic routes to the neighbours.  In April 2010, the Iraqi Ministry of Transport announced its acceptance of investment offers to build a railway from Al-Faw to both Turkey and Syria. In March 2014, Iraq signed an agreement with the World Bank for this purpose.  On the other hand, Iraq's geopolitical importance increased even more with the development and leasing of the Pakistani port of Gwadar by China in 2015. Because the Chinese goods that reach Gwadar will be able to reach Europe via the "development road" in a short time and at a much lower cost, instead of reaching To Europe by sea through the Suez Canal.  What is the importance of this project?  After the outbreak of the war in Ukraine in late February 2022 and the problems that arose in European relations with Russia, the path of Qatari gas transportation and the extraction of Iraqi gas and its export to Europe increased the importance of the middle corridor and the "development road project", which will not only include a highway and a line There will be a railway, but there will be lines for transporting Gulf oil and natural gas as well.  And while the Turkish Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Adel Qara Ismailoglu, described the project as the new Silk Road , indicating that important developments will be witnessed by the Gulf countries and the entire region, the former Iraqi Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Bandar Shibli, saw that the implementation of this project would bring more security and stability to Iraq. Because he believes that the countries benefiting from the project will make an effort to ensure the security of this project.  It should be noted that this road, which starts from Basra, will enter Turkey from the point of contact between Iraq, Turkey and Syria, after it passes through the important cities of Iraq and continues to Europe from the port of Mersin. According to the plan, the nearly $20 billion project is expected to be completed by 2029.  Türkiye is one of the main sponsors of this project. Regardless of the economic benefits to be obtained, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu; A $5 billion loan was promised at the "Iraq Reconstruction Conference" held in Kuwait in February 2018. During the visit of former Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi to Ankara in late 2020, it was said that this loan was granted for the construction of the road in question.

"New Silk Road" Get acquainted with the project linking Turkey and the Gulf countries via Iraq

With a railway and highway with a length of 1,200 km, the development road project that will link the development in Turkey with the port of Faw in the Persian Gulf is expected to affect a wide area from Europe to the Gulf countries and bring joint benefits.

The visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani to Turkey a few days ago revealed that there is an understanding between the two countries in the development path project. So much so that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan defined the project as the New Silk Road and stressed its importance.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued, saying: "We affirmed our determination to work together to achieve the "Development Road Project" to build a road and rail transport corridor that extends from Basra to the Turkish border.. This development road is an important strategic project not only for Turkey and Iraq, but also For the entire region. Millions of people in a wide geographical area from Europe to the Gulf will benefit from the added value that will emerge from the construction of this road. We know that other brotherly countries are also closely interested in this project, which will enhance regional cooperation, develop our trade and strengthen our human relations. I believe that we will transform " Development Road Project" to the new Silk Road for our region, with their participation, I hope."

In fact, this promising project would increase the importance of the " middle corridor ", which is strategically important to revive the historic Silk Road that reaches the Caucasus starting from Turkey, then across the Caspian Sea to Central Asia and China, after Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.

Fresh breath in the middle lane

The Middle Corridor, an alternative to the "Northern Corridor" that runs through Russia and the "Southern Corridor" that runs through Iran, occupies an important position for the integration of China and Europe. This line, which runs from Beijing to London, is at the heart of an annual trade turnover of more than $600 billion.

The northern and southern corridors connecting China and the countries of the region with the Middle East and Europe are also included in the category of lines with a high probability of encountering difficulties in terms of their geopolitical locations. Instability in the Middle East, including Syria and Iraq, increased the risks in the southern corridor, while the northern corridor was negatively affected by the Russian-Ukrainian war. Which increased the strategic importance of the middle corridor.

The recent arousal of talk about the " Development Road Project " gave a new breath to the Middle Corridor that passes through Turkey, which in turn controls all strategic transit routes in the context of Asia and Europe, which has made Turkey a major player in the Development Road Project, which will also contribute to increasing the value of the corridor. Middle. So what is the development path project? What does this mean for Türkiye and the region?

"New Silk Road"

The story of the development road project, which will start from the Persian Gulf and pass through the important cities of Iraq to Turkey and then to Europe, began in 2005 when the local administration in Basra proposed to the government to build the largest port in the region with a budget of nearly $5 billion in the Faw Peninsula. which lies at the head of the Persian Gulf.

For this purpose, Iraq initiated the port works of Al-Faw. This port is expected to receive the first ship in September 2024 and fully open in 2025. To make the port more useful and efficient, plans are made to create strategic routes to the neighbours.

In April 2010, the Iraqi Ministry of Transport announced its acceptance of investment offers to build a railway from Al-Faw to both Turkey and Syria. In March 2014, Iraq signed an agreement with the World Bank for this purpose.

On the other hand, Iraq's geopolitical importance increased even more with the development and leasing of the Pakistani port of Gwadar by China in 2015. Because the Chinese goods that reach Gwadar will be able to reach Europe via the "development road" in a short time and at a much lower cost, instead of reaching To Europe by sea through the Suez Canal.

What is the importance of this project?

After the outbreak of the war in Ukraine in late February 2022 and the problems that arose in European relations with Russia, the path of Qatari gas transportation and the extraction of Iraqi gas and its export to Europe increased the importance of the middle corridor and the "development road project", which will not only include a highway and a line There will be a railway, but there will be lines for transporting Gulf oil and natural gas as well.

And while the Turkish Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Adel Qara Ismailoglu, described the project as the new Silk Road , indicating that important developments will be witnessed by the Gulf countries and the entire region, the former Iraqi Minister of Transport, Nasser Hussein Bandar Shibli, saw that the implementation of this project would bring more security and stability to Iraq. Because he believes that the countries benefiting from the project will make an effort to ensure the security of this project.

It should be noted that this road, which starts from Basra, will enter Turkey from the point of contact between Iraq, Turkey and Syria, after it passes through the important cities of Iraq and continues to Europe from the port of Mersin. According to the plan, the nearly $20 billion project is expected to be completed by 2029.

Türkiye is one of the main sponsors of this project. Regardless of the economic benefits to be obtained, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu; A $5 billion loan was promised at the "Iraq Reconstruction Conference" held in Kuwait in February 2018. During the visit of former Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi to Ankara in late 2020, it was said that this loan was granted for the construction of the road in question.

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