SHAFAQNA -Â Germany-based pro-Palestine groups have staged rallies and campaigns in support for the holy al-Aqsa Mosque, in Occupied Jerusalem, and the nonviolent Muslim worshipers.
A mass-rally bearing the title â€œNo Way to Divide al-Aqsaâ€ was organized Friday in Berlin by the Palestinian Assembly in Germany, along with a handful of feminist and youth organizations.
The rally-goers firmly denounced the Israeli attacks on al-Aqsa and voiced their heartfelt solidarity with Jerusalemâ€™s Muslim congregation.
Another vigil kicked off Saturday afternoon in Germanyâ€™s western city of Recklinghausen, where protesters spoke out against Israelâ€™s preplanned terrorism against Islamic and Christian holy sites in Occupied Jerusalem.
Other anti-Israel rallies and forums are expected to kick off on October 3 across Stuttgart in solidarity with al-Aqsa Mosque.
A statement by the Palestinian Assembly in Germany slammed the mounting Israeli aggression on al-Aqsa.
The groupâ€™s head Dr. Suhail Abu Shamala said such pro-Palestine campaigns come in response to the dangerous escalation in Occupied Jerusalem and attacks on al-Aqsa Mosque.
He called for pressuring the Israeli occupation to cease its violations and terrorism in Occupied Jerusalem.
He vowed that Germany-based activists will continue to step up pressure on the European stakeholders so as to pursue steps that would seriously deter the Israeli occupation.