World Muslim Awakening Day Al-Quds Day: NAP


One of the main goals of Al-Quds Day is to awaken the world’s Muslims to liberate the first Kabla Al-Aqsa Mosque from the hands of the Jews occupying Palestine and the Holy Temple, said Bangladesh National Awami Party-Bangladesh NAP Chairman Jebel Rahman Ghani and Secretary General M. Golam Mostafa Bhuiyan.

The two leaders made the remarks in a statement sent to the media on Thursday (May 21st) on the occasion of Al-Quds Day.

They called on Muslims to work together to end Jewish rule, exploitation, oppression and brutal oppression of the oppressed Palestinian people, and to work against imperialist forces against Muslims, including the establishment of a Palestinian state with the Temple Mount as its capital. .

The leaders said that the situation in Palestine and the Middle East was deteriorating day by day due to the subtle moves of the imperialists around the world. Muslims around the world are looking at Palestine today. When will Al Quds be released? When will Muslims be able to worship freely in their holy place Baitul Moqaddas again? Quds Day is gradually calming the consciousness of Muslims to regain their lost dignity. Basically, Al Quds Day is a day of great awakening. The main consciousness of that awakening is Muslim unity.

The NAP leaders added that the political and strategic situation in the Middle East, especially in Palestine, is different as this year’s Al-Quds Day is being celebrated. Muslims have always relied on the power of faith, trusting in the mercy of the Most Merciful God. This year’s Al-Quds Day is perhaps going to be the biggest test of that faith for Muslims. Pray now on the day of Al-Quds: O Allah, in the flash of your might, as in the past, break the net of all the conspiracies and plots of the Jews and Christians who are still conspiring against your religion and its holders.

Note that Al-Quds Day or International Al-Quds Day (Persian: روز جهانی قدس) is celebrated every year on the last Friday of the month of Ramadan, which began in 1979 in Iran. The purpose of this day is to express solidarity with the Palestinian people, to express anger against Zionism, and to express anger against the Israeli occupation of Jerusalem. The other name for the city of Jerusalem is ‘Quds’ or ‘Al-Quds’ (in Arabic).