Current Date:

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Islamic Movement Condemns Israel's Violation of Al-Agsa Mosque

Khartoum -- Sudan Islamic Movement has condemned Israeli desecration of Al Agsa Mosque and the decision to close and prevent prayers therein.
The Movement said that the Zionist state would have never dared to take such an action are violating Muslims sanctities if not for the state of powerlessness the Umma are in currently in. 
In a statement, the movement called for mobilizing Muslims in Sudan and worldwide to come together and defend sanctities, further demanding the free world, peace loving organizations to demonstrate their protest and objection to such acts – it described as violating people's religious rights, underestimating  sanctities and  holiness of houses of worship. 
Israeli police closed and cancelled Friday noon prayers in the al-Aqsa Mosque and briefly detained Jerusalem's top Muslim leader after three Palestinians and two Israeli police officers were killed in a gun battle in the mosque compound.
The statement by Sudan Islamic Movement further saluted the resilience of Palestinians and their bravery stances in defense of their rights, dignity and sanctities.