Brave Palestinians continued to pray in Al-Aqsa Mosque

Brave Palestinians continued to pray in Al-Aqsa Mosque

The shelling of the oppressive Israeli army could not stop the Palestinian worshipers from prostrating before Allah. The voices of Allah Akbar kept resounding in the first qiblah. The unarmed Palestinians made a history of resistance against oppression and the shelling of the oppressive Israeli army. Although the Palestinians could not stop the worshipers from prostrating before Allah and the voices of Allah Akbar kept echoing in the first qiblah. It should be noted that the Israeli army used force to prevent the worshipers from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the occasion of Jumu’ah al-Wada ‘. As a result, more than 200 worshipers were injured.

According to the International News Agency, on the last Friday of Ramadan, thousands of Palestinians gathered at Al-Aqsa Mosque to offer prayers on the occasion of Jumu’ah al-Wada ‘and prayed outside the compound. Meanwhile, the Israeli army demonstrated traditional aggression against Palestinians He fired rubber bullets, tear gas shells and crackers at worshipers to prevent them from entering the mosque, injuring more than 200 Palestinians.

More than 200 Palestinians were injured in the stampede as unarmed Palestinians threw shoes and chairs at the Israeli army. More than a dozen wounded are in critical condition. Palestinian groups say the Israeli army violated fundamental rights to worship and tortured unarmed worshipers.

An Israeli army spokesman said hundreds of people had demonstrated and vandalized the area after the prayers, with tear gas shells fired. During this time many officers were seriously injured. Pakistan has reacted strongly to the atrocities committed by the Israeli army. Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez said that the occupying Israeli forces attacked innocent worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque, Pakistan strongly condemns it, such an attack during Ramadan is a violation of human values ​​and rights.

He further said that prayers are being offered for the speedy recovery of the Palestinians injured in the violent incident, Pakistan will continue to support Palestine for the attainment of an independent Palestinian state, Pakistan stressed the need for a two-state solution in accordance with UN resolutions. The international community must take immediate action to protect the Palestinian people, while a lasting peace in the region requires a pre-1967 border position.