Hundreds of Bahrainis take part in stand in solidarity with Jerusalem and our people

Hundreds of Bahraini people took part in a massive stand today, Sunday, in solidarity with our people and against Israeli violations against worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

This came during the stand organized by the Palestine Advocacy Association under the title “Labbaik Al-Aqsa… Al-Aqsa is crying out” in cooperation with the Bahraini National Anti-Normalization Initiative, in the presence of the Ambassador of the State of Palestine to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Khaled Aref, and the Governor of Muharraq, Salman bin Isa bin Hindi Al-Mannai, and a group of forces. National, civil and political associations, current and former MPs.

The participants carried the Bahraini and Palestinian flags, as well as banners confirming the solidarity of the Bahraini people with their Palestinian brothers and those stationed in Al-Aqsa, and pictures of Al-Aqsa Mosque, in a great message of support and solidarity for the Palestinian people.

The head of the Palestine Support Society, Ibrahim Al-Sheikh, affirmed that the Bahraini people stand in support of our brothers in Jerusalem and the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, stressing the continuation of instilling the love of Al-Aqsa in our hearts and the interests of our generations, as it is the remaining, connected and blessed legacy.

In turn, the Bahraini National Initiative against Normalization expressed its condemnation of the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the brutal assault on the believers and the arrest of hundreds of them in full view of the entire world, calling on the international community and the Arab and Islamic regimes to shoulder their legal and humanitarian responsibilities towards the terrorism that is practiced against the defenseless Palestinian people and the violated Islamic sanctities, and to work To stop these sinful attacks on unarmed worshipers immediately.

They emphasized that the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the violation of its sanctity during the blessed month of Ramadan, and the barbaric attack on those in i’tikaaf are a provocative crime for more than 2 billion Muslims around the world, and represent a flagrant and unacceptable violation of international law and the historical and legal status quo in Jerusalem and its sanctities, and require a unified Arab and Islamic position against these crimes.

For his part, Ambassador Aref praised the wide and distinguished participation of all the people of Bahrain, stressing that this rising generation adheres to the Palestinian cause, the cause of the fathers and grandfathers, in addition to the participation of Bahraini men, women, elders and children in this event and stand, firm and sure evidence that the sister Kingdom of Bahrain was not It is still and will remain on the side of Palestine and its just cause.

He pointed out that the stance of the beloved people of Bahrain, its government and leadership, headed by King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, came to reaffirm that the Palestinian issue is the central issue of the Arab and Islamic nations.

Aref stressed that the will of the Palestinian people will remain, that the occupation will end, and that victory is the ally of our people and their just cause by supporting their Arab and Islamic nation, and that the flag of Palestine will flutter over the minarets, mosques and churches of Jerusalem.

In their turn, a number of Bahraini scholars and sheikhs denounced in their statement the brutal acts against the worshipers and stationed men and women stationed in Al-Aqsa Mosque, calling on the nation’s scholars, preachers, fatwa authorities and research academies in the Arab and Islamic world to play their role assigned to them in such events.

Hanady Al-Halawani, stationed at Al-Aqsa Mosque, participated by phone in a speech addressed to the Bahraini people, appreciating their exit and gathering in this holy month, saying: “This gathering confirms that Jerusalem is not alone, and that they stand by us and that the Al-Aqsa cause is present in your hearts, and that you all came out, men, women and elders.” And children to tell us that you are with us.”

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