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Gazans express solidarity with Jerusalem al-Quds

In this file photo taken on on 27 September 2019 Palestinians gather for the 76th ‘great march of return in Gaza (Photo by Middle East Monitor)

Ashraf Shannon

Palestinians have rallied in Gaza to protest Israeli violations against Jerusalem al-Quds. The Friday rally comes amid an increase in Israeli violations against the occupied Holy City.

People in the besieged Gaza Strip held a rally following the Friday prayers to express their solidarity with Jerusalem al-Quds and the al-Aqsa mosque compound.

Angry protesters shouted slogans against the Israeli regime and vowed to sacrifice their lives for the al-Aqsa mosque They also denounced the United States’ unwavering support for Tel-Aviv.

Last week, an Israeli court ordered the closure of Bab al-Rahma, the eastern gate of the Al-Aqsa mosque compound. Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement who organized the Friday rally says the Israeli regime’s Judaization plans in Jerusalem al-Quds will never succeed.

Israeli officials have been trying to Judaize the holy Muslim city of Jerusalem al-Quds by demolishing Palestinian homes and building illegal Jewish settlements.

Hamas movement has warned the Israeli regime against violations at al-Aqsa Mosque, emphasizing that any provocative move against the sacred site will only infuriate Palestinians.

Jewish settlers backed by Israeli forces have been violating the sanctity of the al-Aqsa mosque compound since past several weeks. Protesters in the Gaza Strip vowed to increase their solidarity with Jerusalem al-Quds until the removal of all the Israeli violations in the holy city.

Palestinians consider Jerusalem al-Quds as the capital of a future Palestinian state. Palestinians in the besieged coastal enclave say that they will use all forms of resistance against the Israeli occupation until the liberation of Jerusalem al-Quds.


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