Protests in Britain against Israeli forces oppressions at Al-Aqsa Mosque in solidarity with the Palestinians. British MP condemns Israeli military strike, urges Prime Minister Boris Johnson to speak out. British MP Yasmeen Qureshi writes letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressing concern over the situation in Palestine.
In her letter she wrote to UK PM Boris Johnson that “More than 200 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli shelling during worshiping at Al-Aqsa Mosque. “The Prime Minister should raise this issue with the Israeli authorities and immediately stop the military violence. She also added that the attack on Muslims in Al-Aqsa Mosque has hurt the feelings of Muslims all over the world.
Demonstrations in solidarity with the Palestinians were also held in front of the town hall in Bradford, MP Naz Shah participated in demonstrations. A large number of women and children participate in the demonstration, and chanting slogans in favor of the Palestinians and against Israel act of aggression. Demonstrators hold Palestinian flags and placards with slogans written on them “Stop atrocities immediately”.
It should be noted that last night the occupying Israeli forces again attacked the worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque. More than 80 worshipers, including women and girls, were also injured during Israeli shelling.
On the other end Pope Francis, the top Christians religious leader, has called for an end to violence in occupied Jerusalem, saying that violence breeds violence, and Holy Land is a place of worship. Israeli forces fired stun grenades and rubber bullets at worshipers in occupied Jerusalem last night.
According to Pope Francis, Jerusalem was a place of worship, not violence. I invite all to a joint resolution to respect and maintain brotherhood in the holy city with its multi-religious and multi-cultural identity.
More than 100 Palestinians were injured in fierce resistance with the Israeli army at Al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday, while 300 Palestinians wounded on Friday.
The Arab League calls an emergency meeting in Cairo, while Tunisia has also called for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council.