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Popular Reaction to Israeli Violation of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Popular reactions to Israeli violations against our holy sites

Report by Fathi Ayman

Auckland New Zealand - The Palestinian community in New Zealand, in cooperation with the Aoteroa Palestine Solidarity Network in New Zealand, organized a solidarity standIn the center of the city of Auckland in front of a large number of passers-by to support the Al-Aqsa Mosque and support the Palestinian people in the face of Israeli violations.

Dozens of participants expressed their solidarity with the Palestinian people and their support for the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

They categorically rejected Israeli practices and violations against the Temple MountThe participants called on human rights organizations and the Arab community to stop the repeated Israeli attacks and stop settlement and all forms of normalization with the Zionist entity. The participants raised the Palestinian flag and signs bearing the slogan of a free Palestine and signs calling on countries to cooperate with al-Aqsa. The Rally also educated a group of Zionist observers on the situation in Palestine. A large number of New Zealanders and some Jews who supported the Palestinian cause and some other nationalities took a stand against the Israeli practices against the Al-Aqsa Mosque demanding the cessation of violations against the Palestinians, and at the end of the Rally everyone was joyous to remove the electronic gates and barriers from the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque.


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