A rally organized by the Prophet’s Lovers Foundation in Diyarbakır brought together hundreds of people from various walks of life who voiced their strong condemnation of israeli atrocities in Gaza and expressed unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian cause.
The event was held to express support for the Operation Aqsa Flood, initiated by HAMAS's military wing Izzeddin Al-Qassam Brigades, in a response to the ongoing violence perpetrated by the zionist occupation regime against Al Aqsa Mosque and Palestinian civilians.
The gathering, held in Diyarbakır, featured a notable speech by Preacher Hüseyin Inci, a respected member of ITTIHADUL ULEMA. The atmosphere was charged with emotion as Inci began his address, invoking verses from the Holy Quran and emphasizing the urgency of standing against the atrocities in Gaza.
"Dear members of the press, dear Masjid al-Aqsa worshippers! May Allah's peace, mercy, and blessings be upon you!" Inci began. He extended greetings to the resistance soldiers who, in his words, "humiliated the so-called invincible armies of the zionist occupation regime." The preacher praised their resilience, noting their victories against the odds.
"In the face of the ongoing brutal siege in Gaza," Inci continued, "the Palestinian people have turned into a city where the discourse of 'Let's all sleep together in a room so that if we die, we will all die together' has become normalized." He painted a vivid picture of the dire conditions faced by the people in Gaza, emphasizing the urgent need for international attention and intervention.
Underscoring the historical responsibility for Muslims to stand by Gaza and its inhabitants, Inci quoted the Prophet Muhammad: "A Muslim is the brother of a Muslim. He does not oppress him, does not do injustice to him, and does not hand him over to the enemy." He called on the global Muslim community to unite in support of the Palestinian cause, emphasizing the shared responsibility to protect the dignity and sanctities of the Muslim Ummah.
The preacher highlighted the significance of a boycott of Israeli goods as an effective means of reflecting solidarity among Muslims. "The boycott we will do as Muslims means that we declare our commitment to the rights and freedoms of the Palestinian people and our brothers and sisters," he asserted. He spoke passionately about the potential impact of such economic measures on israel and stressed the need for broad popular support and the endurance of the boycott to achieve its goals.
Inci issued a call for sustained support for the Palestinian cause, denouncing the actions of the Israeli occupation forces and expressing unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian resistance.
"We support and will continue to support every step towards the freedom of Palestine and Al-Aqsa Mosque," he declared. "No one should have any doubt that we will make every sacrifice on this path."
The event concluded with a fervent prayer led by Mullah Abdulhakim Avut, creating a moment of reflection and unity among the attendees.
As the attendees dispersed, the message of solidarity echoed through the air, and the event stood as a peaceful yet powerful manifestation of collective support for the Palestinian people in their struggle for justice and freedom. (ILKHA)
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