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    Religious authorities in Jerusalem decide to return to prayer at Al Aqsa

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    Post by Rocky Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:08 am


    Religious authorities in Jerusalem decide to return to prayer at Al Aqsa

    Arab and international Since 2017-07-27 at 11:32 (Baghdad time)

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    JERUSALEM - Religious leaders in Jerusalem on Thursday decided to return to prayers inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque after Israel removed all the equipment it had set up over the past few days.
    The head of the Awqaf Council Abdul-Azim Salhab, during a press conference on Thursday morning, the worshipers to go to the mosque to perform the Asr prayer.
    Salhab added that "it was confirmed that all Israeli measures were removed in the vicinity of Al Aqsa," praising "the steadfastness of the Jerusalemites, which led to the retreat of the occupation from its actions."
    The Palestinian cleric praised the position of the Jordanian and Palestinian leadership.
    Salhab rejected religious leaders in Jerusalem to determine the age of their entry into the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
    Leaders of the Islamic Waqf (Islamic Endowments) Department met on Thursday after Israel removed pallets, surveillance cameras, metal detectors and metal corridors installed outside the Temple Mount after tensions there.
    Thousands of Palestinians were praying in the streets around the Haram after religious authorities in Jerusalem demanded that they not pray inside to protest against Israeli measures.
    In a further development, the Saudi royal court said in a statement that Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz has contacted many world leaders and the US leadership to make efforts to not close the Al-Aqsa Mosque and to abolish restrictions on worshipers.
    The statement added that the Kingdom affirms the right of Muslims in the Al-Aqsa Mosque to perform their worship with ease and reassurance, and the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques stresses that the calm in and around the Temple Mount and respect for the sanctity of the place should be restored.

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