The struggle for Al-Aqsa Mosque is not a matter of choice: Anatolian Youth Association

The struggle for Al-Aqsa Mosque is not a matter of choice: Anatolian Youth Association
Date: 15.11.2023 10:00

Anatolian Youth Association (AGD) continues support programs for Palestine from all over Türkiye.

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Citizens showed great interest in the Quds Night program organized by Anatolian Youth Association (AGD) Edirne Branch at Trakya University Türkan Sabancı Cultural Center.
Speaking at the program, AGD-MGV Chairman Salih Turhan said, "It is not a choice when expressing our struggle regarding Al-Aqsa Mosque; We need to put it forward as an obligation, a necessity."
A Quds Night program was organized in Edirne within the scope of the support programs for Palestine initiated by the Anatolian Youth Association (AGD) in 81 provinces.
Speaking at the program, Anatolian Youth Association President Salih Turhan underlined that the struggle regarding Palestine and Masjid al-Aqsa is not a matter of choice but an obligation.


Turhan underlined that information pollution was created to overshadow the Palestinians' struggle.
Turhan noted that academics, writers and programmers on television are trying to obscure the Masjid al-Aqsa and Palestine issue by considering it an "Arab struggle".


Stating that the Masjid al-Aqsa and Jerusalem issue is not a racial struggle, Turhan emphasized that the issue is a matter of faith and belief.
"There are hundreds of reasons, but let me express a few of them. First, Masjid al-Aqsa is our first qibla. So it's not a land issue. Our Prophet (PBUH) ascended to the Miraj from Jerusalem, from the land where Masjid al-Aqsa is located. When presenting our struggle regarding Al-Aqsa Mosque, we should present it not as a choice, but as an obligation, an obligation," Turhan said.


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