Calls for a sit-down in Jerusalem today, condemning the settlers’ abuse of the Holy Prophetرسول

Amman Today

publish date 2021-06-19 11:07:23

On Saturday, the Jerusalemite youth movement and activists called on the people of occupied Jerusalem to stand in anger and victory for the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, and to denounce the extremist settlers’ violations of holy sites, especially the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The youth movement clarified that the “march of anger” will start at six in the evening, in front of the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem, calling for the mobilization and wide participation in it.

And the occupation police assaulted worshipers with batons and rubber-coated metal bullets, after a massive march in Al-Aqsa Mosque, condemning the settlers’ abuse of the Prophet Muhammad and in support of the resistance.

Clashes erupted between young men and the occupation forces inside the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, following the march, in which the participants chanted slogans of support for the Prophet, peace be upon him, and Al-Aqsa and the resistance in Gaza.

A group of settlers insulted the Prophet during the “flags march” that was held last Tuesday, which led to angry reactions in the march, and verbal altercations occurred between the settlers and the Palestinians who were in the place, despite the tight security provided by the occupation to the settlers.

Not only did the settlers curse the Prophet of God, they also cursed the Islamic religion and prominent figures in the resistance, chanting “Death to the Arabs.” Journalists were also subjected to verbal and physical assault by beating them with stones and glass.

The pioneers and activists of social networking sites launched the hashtag “#Except the Messenger of God” in response to this abuse, and in support of him, until this hashtag topped the communication platforms.

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