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Afghans hold conference in celebration of International Quds Day

Rahmatullah Baghban
Press TV, Kabul

People in the Afghan capital Kabul have held a gathering to mark the International Quds Day.

The participants have called for unity among Muslim nations in support of Palestine against Israeli aggression.

Afghans in the capital Kabul have held a conference titled; “Quds; the axis of unity of the Islamic world” to mark the International Quds Day and to support Palestine.

Speakers condemned Israeli aggression against the oppressed Palestinians and called for the freedom of al-Quds.

Participants vowed to never leave Palestinians alone in their fight for regaining occupied territories and defending al-Aqsa mosque.

They also called on Muslim nations to take a strong stance against Israeli crimes, denouncing the normalization of ties with the regime.

Like elsewhere in the region and beyond, people in Afghanistan, mark the International Quds Day every year, taking the opportunity to voice empathy and solidarity with Palestinians.

Despite struggling with many difficulties in their country, Afghans have never forgotten the plight of Palestinians. People here say Muslims should gather on the axis of al-Quds and fight arrogance.

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