Thousands of people come to the Ibrahimi Mosque to perform Eid al-Fitr prayers

The courtyards, corridors, and squares of the Ibrahimi Mosque were crowded on Friday with thousands of worshipers, who flocked to perform the Eid al-Fitr prayer, as the Eid takbeers were chanted in all parts, so that everyone near and far could hear that Ibrahim al-Khalil’s shrine is Islamic and Palestinian.

After performing the Eid prayer, the Mayor of Hebron, Tayseer Abu Sneineh, extended his warmest congratulations to the Palestinian people in all their places of residence on the land of historical Palestine and in the diaspora, indicating that the Eid this year comes in a special circumstance, in which the blood of the martyrs that watered the soil of Palestine increases and rises. In it the pace of oppression of the occupation, pointing out that the repeated attacks of settlers flocks and under the protection of the occupation army against the Palestinian holy sites, especially the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Ibrahimi Mosque, will not discourage the Palestinian people from adhering to their right to establish their independent Palestinian state with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital, stressing that the Palestinian people possesses an unyielding will of steel, Indicating that despite all these inconveniences from the occupation and its settlers, he finds an opportunity to celebrate this fragrant religious occasion.

On the other hand, Abu Sneineh expressed his happiness with the presence of thousands in the Eid prayers at the Ibrahimi Mosque, pointing out that the Old City witnessed a remarkable recovery during the blessed month of Ramadan, calling on the citizens to intensify their presence in the Ibrahimi Mosque and the Old City throughout the year.

In the inspection tour that he carried out in the markets of Hebron, he appreciated the efforts of the municipality staff, especially the camel makers – the Health and Environment Department, and the employees of the Joint Services Council, who pray day and night and work diligently to preserve the bright face of the city of Hebron in a manner befitting the status of Hebron and its residents, offering them congratulations on the occasion of the feast.

Abu Sneineh and a number of members of the municipal council visited the cemetery of the martyrs in the “Hay al-Sheikh” and “Wadi al-Hariyya” in the city of Hebron, read al-Fatihah for their pure souls, and laid wreaths of flowers on their tombs.

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