Friday, 22 Feb 2019

Israeli police forbids mosques in Palestine to echoing the call to prayers


Syekh Yusuf AdeisSyekh Yusuf Adeis - Friday, July 13th, 2018, Israel's security apparatus is said have banned the call to prayer at Al-Ibrahimiah Mosque. The mosque is located in the Khalil / Hebron area south of Dhiffah Al-Gharbiyah, Palestine.

As quoted from, Minister of Waqf Palestine, Sheikh Yusuf Adeis some time ago. Adeis conveyed as many as 298 times the call to prayer was banned from Israeli police during 2018, some of which are Friday prayers.

"The most recent Israeli violation occurred on Monday, July 9th 2018, when extremist Jews unearted the 'Ten wills' at Yusuf's door overlooking the mosque's yard" Adeis said.

Even the Jews did not hesitate to make music concerts in the yard of the mosque until late at night. They also interfered in the restoration of the mosque, the maintenance of gardens and trees in the yard. As well as urging to build a mosque umbrella similar to a synagong dome. "

Adeis affirmed the need for direct action from various parties to protect Al-Ibrahimiah mosque.

Ibrahimiah Mosque is one of the places where Jews and Muslims fight for to get that place. For Muslims, Ibrahimiah mosque is the fourth holy place after the haram, Nabawi and Al-Aqsa Mosque. As for Jews, this is the holiest place after Jabal Haikal / temple mount. Considered sacred because under it there are tombs of the prophets Abraham, Isaac and Ya'qub.


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