Prayers in occupation

O Allah (SWT) accept our prayers .....!

Prayers in Occupation


O Allah (SWT) accept our prayers .....!



Thousands of Palestinians attend prayers in al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City on the first Friday of the holy month of Ramadan December 1, 2000. Israel deployed thousands of police in Jerusalem to ensure the prayers would pass quietly at the mosque, a flashpoint for the Palestinian uprising. (Mahfouz Abu Turk/Reuters)



A Palestinian boy prays in front of a line of soldiers preventing Muslim worshippers under the age of 45 to attend Friday prayers in the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's old walled city Friday Nov. 10, 2000. Police banned Muslim men under the age of 45 from entering the mosque compound to discourage rioting after the services. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)



A young Muslims prays outside the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem's Old City as mounted Israeli police look on, May 11, 2001. Israeli police stopped all men under the age of twenty-five to take part in the Friday prayers at the al-Aqsa mosque. At least 409 Palestinians, 79 Israelis and 13 Israeli Arabs have been killed since the start of the Palestinian revolt which erupted after Sharon, who was not then Israeli Prime Minister, angered Palestinians by visiting a Jerusalem shrine that is holy to Jews and Muslims. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein



A Palestinian truck driver prays, on the third day of Ramadan, as he waits to be permitted to cross the Kissufim checkpoint, in the center of the Gaza Strip, Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2000. Most of the day the checkpoint is closed, cutting the Gaza Strip in two and preventing Palestinian traffic between its northern and southern parts. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)



An Israeli soldier watches young Muslims praying outside the Lions Gate, an entrance to Jerusalem's Old City, as Israeli police stopped all men under the age of 25 taking part in Friday prayers at the al-Aqsa mosque May 11, 2001. At least 409 Palestinians, 79 Israelis and 13 Israeli Arabs have been killed since the start of the Palestinian revolt last September. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause



Young Muslims pray outside the Lions Gate, an entrance to Jerusalem's Old City, as Israeli police stopped all men under the age of 25 taking part in Friday prayers at the al-Aqsa mosque May 11, 2001. (Reinhard Krause/Reuters)



Palestinian Muslim worshippers pray in front of Israeli border police at the Al Aqsa compound in the old walled city of Jerusalem Friday Oct. 27, 2000. Thousands of Israeli riot police patrolled Jerusalem Friday and prevented Palestinians under the age of 35 from attending Friday's prayers at the Al Aqsa mosque compound for fear of renewed violence. (AP Photo/Enric Marti)



Israeli police guard an entrance to Al-Aqsa Mosque as Palestinians, who were denied entry, pray on the street in East Jerusalem August 3, 2001. Ranks of Israeli police were deployed in Jerusalem on Friday to prepare for possible clashes at an Old City holy site where a Palestinian uprising erupted 10 months ago. A week of sharply escalating violence and vows by Palestinians to avenge an Israeli missile strike that killed eight in the West Bank on Tuesday led to the police buildup for Muslim Friday prayers in the tense holy city. REUTERS/Natalie Behring



Israeli border police guard the entrances that lead to the Al Aqsa Mosque compound as Palestinian Muslim worshipers pray to in Jerusalem's Old City Friday Nov. 3, 2000. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)



Israeli border policemen stand quard in front of hundreds of praying Palestinian men who were denied entry to attend Friday prayers in al-Aqsa Mosque in the Old City of Jerusalem November 24, 2000. Police barred Arab men under the age of 45 from attending the prayers at the mosque, Islam's third holiest shrine, following clashes and scuffles before or after the weekly prayers in previous weeks. REUTERS / Yannis Beharkis



















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