Al-Quds Day observed across Pakistan.

Islamabad -- International day of Al-Quds was observed across Pakistan on Friday with mass rallies held to condemn Zionists' atrocities against innocent people of Palestine.

On the occasion of International Al Quds day, peoples have warmly expressed their solidarity with the oppressed peoples of Palestine, Kashmir and Yemen.

The mass rallies held in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir attended by the people from different walks of life and raised their voice against Zionist atrocities.

In the rallies the protesters also strongly condemned recent spate of killings of Palestinians by the Zionist Regime.

The late Imam Khomeini initiated the International Quds Day as an integral part of the holy fasting month of Ramazan so that Muslims would never forget their responsibility and duty towards Palestine and all oppressed people in the world. The day is held each year on the last Friday of Ramazan.

Charged protestors denounced the Zionist aggression against Palestine during the rallies, they also torched US and Zionist regime flags and chanted slogans against them. Special prayers were offered at mosques for liberation of Palestine.

The Central and Provincial MWM leaders addressing on the occasion said that Bait-ul-Muqaddas is common heritage of the Muslims which has been under illegal occupation of the Zionist forces. They also condemned Zionists'?brutality against Palestinians and praised Hizbullah's struggle against the Zionist forces. The religious scholars in special meetings passed resolutions against Zionists' illegal occupation of the holy Muslim land and holy mosque, Al Quds. They said that the struggle of Muslims will continue till the abolition of the discriminatory policies towards Muslims. They demanded that Muslims of Palestine should be given equal rights.

They urged upon Muslim countries to resolve their differences through dialogue and not allow the enemy to weaken the Muslim world. Strict security measures were put in place around the rallies and mosques across Pakistan in view of the prevailing law and order situation. Special programs, seminars and conferences were also held across Pakistan to highlight the cause of Palestine.

Islamabad rally was led by Central Secretary General of Majlis Wahdat ul Muslimeen, Allama Raja Nasir Abbas Jaffari, huge protestors rally...

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