Days of Palestine

Thursday, February 9

Video| 1000s of Palestinians Pray at Al-Aqsa and Ibrahimi Mosques

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Today, Friday, December 9, 2022, thousands of Palestinians performed the Fajr prayer in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied city of Jerusalem and the Ibrahimi Mosque in the city of Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank.

The courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque witnessed the gathering of large numbers of Palestinian worshipers, as large numbers of Palestinians from occupied Jerusalem, the occupied Palestinian territories in 1948, and the West Bank managed to reach Al-Aqsa Mosque.

After the Fajr prayer, hundreds of worshipers continued their presence in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa and held religious sessions and activities, as their existence usually continues until the Friday prayer, and some of them continue their presence on Friday and Saturday.

In Hebron, thousands of Palestinian citizens performed the Fajr prayer in the Ibrahimi Mosque, stressing that their presence in it is the way to protect it from Judaization and the settlement schemes of the occupation.

The Palestinian worshipers in the Al-Aqsa and Ibrahimi mosques stressed the importance of confronting the Israeli settlers’ ambitions and Judaizing plans of the mosques.

The Palestinians continue to confront them in the Al-Aqsa Mosque on an ongoing basis, and calls are increasing to intensify their presence in the mosque in the coming days, with the approach of the Jewish holidays.

It is expected that Al-Aqsa will witness more violations by the Israeli settlers under the extremist occupation government, which will work to Judaize Al-Aqsa Mosque and impose temporal and spatial division, coinciding with the so-called “Jewish holidays.”

The extremist Jewish Temple groups are preparing to celebrate the Jewish so-called “Hanukah holiday” in Al-Aqsa Mosque, on December 18, 2022, amid Palestinian calls to confront the dangerous plans of Judaization.

The settlers are seeking to massively mobilize at Al-Aqsa and intensify their stormings, attempting to light candlesticks inside Al-Aqsa, in addition to carrying out provocations inside its courtyards that will last for eight days.