Al Aksa Mosque – Blockade: Demonstration of civil society activists in front of Zituna Mosque | Tunisia News Gazette

Al Aksa Mosque – Blockade: Demonstration of civil society activists in front of Zituna Mosque

Civil society activists demonstrated Friday afternoon in front of the Zituna Mosque in Tunis in support of the Palestinian people after the closure by the Israeli authorities of Al Aksa Mosque after the death last week of two Israeli soldiers killed by three Palestinians.

Palestinian artist resident in Tunisia Samer Mortadha, present at the demonstration, told TAP that “the blockade of Al Aksa Mosque is the result of the resignation of the official Arab regimes in support of the Palestinian cause after the Arab revolutions that have caused more than one injury in the region “.

Samer Mortadha affirmed that “the Palestinian cause remains at the heart of the Arab artists and the Tunisian people who have been actively involved in the resistance since 1948”.

Activist of “Bab Al Maghariba” network, Salaheddine Daoudi, affirmed that the demonstration of Friday “is a moral support to Al Quds and the Palestinian cause and a protest against the negative position of the Tunisian authorities”.

“It is not acceptable to welcome the comedian Michel Boujnah, known for his support for the Zionist movement, when the inhabitants of Al-Quds live under a blockade, the first of the kind in fifty years, He underlines.

Samia Chabbi, President of the Tunisian association for the rejection of normalisation, said that “the demonstration in front of the Zituna mosque has a symbolic dimension and represents a message of support from Tunisia from Zituna to Palestine of Al Aksa facing total silence of the Arab world “.

Dozens of activists waving banners supporting the Palestinian cause and condemning the blockade of Al Aksa took part in the demonstration, representing the unity party, the rejection of normalisation and the Palestinians established in Tunisia, in the absence of Tunisian parties represented in parliament.

Source: TAP News Agency

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