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A Visit to Al-Quds Al-Sharif "The Noble City" With Full Spiritual Satisfaction

A VISIT TO AL-QUDS AL-SHARIF "THE NOBLE CITY" WITH FULL SPIRITUAL SATISFACTION

 

We were luckily bestowed a visit to al-Quds al-Sharif, which is the second city built on the Earth, and on which al-Masjid al-Aqsa is located as the first kiblah of Muslims, the third Holy Masjid in excellence, the starting point of our Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) Mi’raj, and the point where the Holy Prophet led other prophets in prayer, and the site which contains sacred places of monotheistic religions, under which ten thousands of prophets are buried, and which was under the domination of Muslims for 12 centuries, the last four of which under the Ottoman rule.

We had four days of spiritual enlightenment.

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The Winds of Change on the Islamic Geography

THE WINDS OF CHANGE ON THE ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY

CIVIL COMMOTIONS:

In TUNISIA, a young man named Mohamed Bouazizi attempted suicide by setting himself on fire to protest unemployment, poverty and corruption and his images spread throughout the country just to extend the scale of protests among the public, which finally turned into a civil commotion. After the refusal of General Rachid Ammar, the Army Commander to obey the order to shoot protesters, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the President of Tunisia, left his country and fled to Saudi Arabia after 23 years in power. Mohamed Ghannouchi, the Prime Minister of the government dissolved by Ben Ali, assumed the Presidency as required by the Tunisian Constitution; and he formed the “National Unity Government” including leaders of opposition parties in which the ministers of defense, home affairs and finance of the former government remained their positions. However, with the continuing protests, the government resigned. By the end of January, a provisional government was formed under the leadership of Mohamed Ghannouchi. The Prime Minister Ghannouchi announced that elections would be held within six months and the new government would take over.

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How is The Palestine Question Solved?

HOW IS THE PALESTINE QUESTION SOLVED?

 

This question will be solved with the method used by Israel, that is, when Palestine puts a military power balancing the military power of Israel up against Israel.

Peaceful approaches will not bring Israel to justice.

Israel relies on its power and the Western support.

The weakness and the loneliness of Palestine make Israel even more aggressive.

Israel will continue to exert military power on the Palestinian People until they reach their goals.

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Palestine Should Possess An Army As Well

PALESTINE SHOULD POSSESS AN ARMY AS WELL

In our article dated January 15th, 2009 entitled “Israel should be Obligated to Defensive Warfare”, we tried to convey Israel’s objectives with regard to the attack effected upon Gazze.

In the said article as you may recall, we expressed the objectives Israel desires to reach at as a result of this attack, after this statement we continued as follows;

By January 20th, 2009 at the latest, thanks to the advantage gained with this attack together with the attacks that will follow, without out wearingmuch their troops, and within a very fast period of time, it is probable that Israel is aiming for Palestine and the whole world to unconditionally accept “ CEASE-FIRE”

The attack ceased on January 18th, 2009, and as of January 21st, 2009, they began to withdraw.

However, the conviction that the siege and blockade will continue more forcefully remains the same.

According to the declarations made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel, it is understood that the objectives behind this attack are similar to the aims we pointed out earlier.

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