Wednesday 16 November 2011 - 09:59

A session for the Knowledge of Jerusalem

Story Code : 114359
A session for the Knowledge of Jerusalem
The session began with recitation from the Koran at ten o'clock in the morning, after that the program of the session started with the word of Dr. Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, Secretary General of the Arab Doctors Union, which welcomed the audience and addressed the importance of Jerusalem for the Arabs and Muslims. He wished and called on the audience to each conduct a session of the Knowledge of Jerusalem, referring to the importance of knowledge, so as not to lose memory of the nation. He pointed out that facing the colonial settlement project in Jerusalem will only be confronted and Jerusalem will only be liberated from it through the Arab armies.

Abu Fotouh addressed an invitation to the attendees to come to see themselves as representatives of the Jerusalem Committee, so that the work would expand and the communication between the parties would increase. These parties include the Committee itself, the Union of Arab Doctors, the Medical Association of Egypt, the Relief Committee, the Assembly of legitimacy, and the Egyptian Red Crescent, to support the Palestinian cause.

After the speech of the Secretary-General of the Arab Doctors Union, it was the turn for the word of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, delivered by Dr. Salah Al-Din Sultan. He pointed out that Jerusalem is the cause of the nation, pointing out its importance and its place in Islam and in the heart of every Muslim, calling on everyone in the nation to play their role in the struggle for the support of Jerusalem and Palestine and dismantling of the families of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In the opening lecture, Dr. Mohammed Amara discussed the historical and religious significance of Jerusalem and then Dr. Amal Khalifa reviewed in her lecture the definition of Al-Aqsa Mosque. She explained its location, its position and the area of the city she also showed the detailed description of the city, and described its most important role and archaeological heritage, which shows the importance of the three religions, and emphasizes the Arab identity of Jerusalem.

A lecture by Dr. Jamal Abdel-Hadi dealt with the history of Jerusalem, explain its Arabism since more than three thousand years BC, which refutes the claims of the Jews.

In the concluding lecture, Dr Salah Al-Din Sultan discussed the criminal acts committed by the Zionists to Judaize the Holy City and demolish Al-Aqsa Mosque. He added that they are determined to destruct the Moroccan wall which is part of Al-Aqsa, explaining the seriousness of the moment, calling for a decisive position to respond to these attempts and to support Jerusalem and the Palestinian cause.