Embassy of the State of Palestine in Pakistan organizes a seminar about Palestinian conflict and al Aqsa
The Embassy of the state of Palestine in Pakistan, in cooperation with the management of the Pakistani Community training Centre, organized a seminar on the Palestinian issue and the Al-Aqsa mosque, attended by number of people.
The seminar included an exhibit on Palestinian heritage, which included a collection of Palestinian handicrafts from embroideries, wood, shellfish and Palestinian folk dress.
Nader al-Turk, first secretary spoke about the stages of the development of the Palestinian struggle starting with the Balfour declaration, followed by serious repercussions that continue to this day, as well as the political and diplomatic movement of the Palestinian leadership and to international support for an end to the Israeli occupation and its violations Of the rights of our people and the establishment of an independent State of Palestine, with Jerusalem as its capital.
For his part, Pakistani researcher Mohamed Zafar, who is interested in the Palestinian cause, spoke about the religious importance of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Israeli efforts to divide Jerusalem between Jews and Muslims, and its excavations that threaten the collapse of the Al Aqsa mosque and Dome of the Rock which was built about 1400 years ago.