Türkiye's President of Religious Affairs, Ali Erbaş, has announced a nationwide initiative calling for prayers in solidarity with the Palestinian people.
In a statement posted on his social media account, Erbaş declared that all mosques across the country will dedicate their Friday prayers to the well-being of the oppressed Palestinian population.
In his social media post, President Erbaş, representing the Presidency of Religious Affairs, conveyed the decision to include the Palestinian people in the prayers.
"As the Presidency of Religious Affairs, we will pray for the oppressed Palestinian people tomorrow in all mosques across our country following Friday prayers. May our Almighty Lord accept our actual and verbal prayers,” the post read.
This initiative underlines Türkiye's support for the Palestinian cause, with mosques throughout the nation uniting in prayer for the well-being of the Palestinian people. The call for collective prayers amplifies Türkiye's commitment to expressing solidarity on a national scale.
The prayers are scheduled to take place following the regular Friday prayers, emphasizing a collective appeal for divine intervention in support of the Palestinian population facing various challenges.
Türkiye's engagement in prayer for the Palestinian people adds a spiritual dimension to its ongoing diplomatic and humanitarian efforts in advocating for peace and justice in the region. (ILKHA)
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