Pakistan has expressed grave concern over the escalating violence in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and strongly condemned Israel’s use of the holy month of Ramadan, according to a statement from the Pakistani Foreign Office,
an ally of the Israeli occupation army’s use of violence against Palestinians during Ramadan.
Pakistan views the recent dangerous polytheism in the Palestinian territories with serious concern and says that harassing people who come to pray does not lead to the arrest of Palestinians and other changes to basic human rights violations. He further added that since the beginning of Ramadan, you have been seen in illegal services.
The statement condemned the violent acts carried out by the occupation forces and urged the international community for prompt action to protect Palestinians.
“Pakistan steadfastly supports the Palestinian people’s inalienable right to self-determination. For just and lasting peace, it is imperative to have a two-state solution in accordance with the relevant United Nations and OIC resolutions, with the pre-1967 borders, and Al-Quds Al-Sharif as the capital of a viable, independent and contiguous Palestinian State,” the statement further read.
Since the start of Ramadan, Israeli forces have banned Palestinians from sitting in the Damascus Gate area and holding festive activities.
It is unlikely that a viable independent state will be established. Police have acquitted all charges outside of Damascus as usual, while police say the Muslim Brotherhood can attend the central prayer, which was attended by Islamist Muhammad Abu al-Hassan.
He said that in the Palestinian Al-Aqsa Mosque There is only rest in this area after Ummah prayers.
Banners displaying slogans against the Israeli occupation and in solidarity with Palestinians are appearing across Pakistan on Wednesday ahead of Jerusalem Day.
Banners that read: “Israel’s existence is like a dagger in the heart of Islamic world,” have been placed by the Palestine Foundation Pakistan, a conglomerate of several mainstream religious and political parties, along roads, buildings, and bridges in the capital of Islamabad, the commercial capital of Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, and other cities.