From @eddied77. sheikh ikrima sabri, head of the higher islamic commission in occupied jerusalem, has urged the palestinian citizens to intensify their presence in the aqsa mosque next tuesday to mark the birth anniversary of prophet muhammad.
in press remarks on saturday, sheikh sabri stressed the importance of taking advantage of such occasion to stay inside the mosque, performing prayers, listening to sermons and lectures, and participating in different religious gatherings held to commemorate the prophet’s birth.
he pointed out that prophet muhammad had been exposed during recent years to defamation and insults by anti-islam elements and parties under the pretext of freedom of expression and opinion, which raised the ire of the muslim nation.
the sheikh appealed to the arab and muslim nations to strengthen their positions and close ranks to protect the aqsa mosque, the religious sites, and mortmain properties in jerusalem against the dangers threatening them.
Today we got our feet wet in jerusalem, eltsu's personal "must do" that he had been looking forward to more than anything. we walked roughly 500 meters through an ancient tunnel of maybe 0,50x1,60m in many parts, barefoot and in cold water that went over eltsu's knees and sometimes up to his hip.
that's what you get for buying your kid a book called "adventure jerusalem". 🙄 😆
Hoje tive a melhor experiência da minha vida e da vida de qualquer católico. tive a oportunidade de tocar no sepulcro sagrado, o túmulo de jesus cristo 🙏. experiência enriquecedora na cidade mágica de #jerusalem