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Jerusalem program organized in Gaza
A special program about Jerusalem was organized in Gaza and the program was supported by the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation. IHH representative Mehmet Kaya attended the program and spoke about IHH
Palestine, MiddleEast 06.04.2009

Kaya recalled that the IHH has been supporting the Palestinian people since its foundation and added the people of Turkey would continue stand side by side with the Palestinians.

Pointing out the significance of Jerusalem to Muslim communities, Kaya noted the IHH, together with a number of nongovernmental organizations, would organize a symposium about Masjid al-Aqsa on 25 April 2009 in Turkey.

Other speakers talked about how Israel was gradually executing its plans to destroy the Aqsa Mosque. They uttered the hopes that Muslims would freely perform prayers at Masjid al-Aqsa one day, but every Muslim has to do their duty to achieve this objective.

Prayers for recited at the end of the program with the hope that Masjid al-Aqsa and Palestine would be liberated.


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