30 Malaysian organizations adopt plan to stand up for al-Aqsa mosque

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SHAFAQNA - A consortium of 30 Malaysian organizations have adopted a joint-plan to mobilize support for Muslims’ holy-Aqsa Mosque and pave the way for a day of anger in protest at Israel’s mounting violations’ of Muslims’ freedom of worship.

The move makes part of the Save Al-Quds global campaign aimed at freeing the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Occupied Jerusalem from continued assaults and violence perpetrated by the Israeli occupation army.

“The al-Aqsa Mosque is the property of every single Muslim on Earth,” the campaigners said.

The Malaysian activists announced the launch of the Jerusalem Fund to boost Muslims’ sit-ins at al-Aqsa.

The gathering called for a mass participation in a day of anger that will take place in front of the US Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on October 2 to show Malaysia’s support for the Al-Aqsa and Occupied Jerusalem.

The Malaysian activists slammed the mounting Israeli violations of Muslims’ freedom of worship at al-Aqsa and attacks on women and children.

The meeting culminated in a joint plan aimed at mobilizing support for al-Aqsa, both nationwide and overseas.

Launching media campaigns, organizing popular pro-Al-Aqsa events, activating the cause in national and international politics, have been among the policies opted for by the conveners. 

President of the Malaysian Consultative Council of Islamic Organizations (Mapim), Azmi Abdul Hamid, spoke out against the ongoing Israeli aggressions on al-Aqsa and intents to impose a new fait accompli on the ground.

The campaigners urged the Jordanian and Malaysian governments, along with the international community, to rally round al-Aqsa and to seriously work on halting the Israeli attacks on such a sacred place of worship.

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