The occupation demolishes a mosque in Douma, south of Nablus

Today, Thursday, the occupation authorities demolished a mosque in the town of Duma, south of Nablus.

The official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, told the official agency: “The occupation forces stormed the town of Duma, accompanied by a bulldozer, and demolished an existing mosque that has been attended by worshipers for two years, which is located in the Abu Saifi area, east of the town,” noting that the occupation forces also swept agricultural roads. On the south side of town.

For its part, the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs condemned the Israeli occupation forces’ demolishing of the “Abu Safi” prayer hall, which is located in a neighborhood adjacent to the village of Duma, in a move that the ministry considered a clear attack on the holy sites and religious places for Muslims.

Hussam Abu al-Rub, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf, said that this act violates international and humanitarian norms by demolishing the prayer hall and the surrounding wall, and its public facilities from places for ablution. While doing their work outside the town for two years, this act is a clear challenge to the feelings of Muslims, and it needs us to take a serious stand to prevent its recurrence and expansion by this occupation that spares no opportunity to push the entire region into a religious war, in its continuous encroachment on our Islamic sanctities in the Al-Aqsa Ibrahimi Mosque.

Abu Al-Rub called on the international community and the institutions concerned with this matter to work quickly to prevent this occupation from carrying out its violations of our sanctities and places of worship, and its attacks on our feelings. 

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