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We will stay in Palestine despite hard conditions:Al-Aqsa Preacher

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Gaza27MayOCCUPIED JERUSALEM (PNIC):-The preacher of al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Yousef Abu Esnaineh, said that Palestinians will remain steadfast in Palestine despite the tough conditions and the conspiracies being planned against the Palestinian Question.

Sheikh Abu Esnaineh, condemned the US recognition of Occupied Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and stressed that the US decision is unjust and void.

He also called on the Palestinians to adhere to unity and to halt internal divisions.

Over 40,000 Palestinians of Occupied Jerusalem and the 1948 Occupied Palestine performed Friday prayer at al-Aqsa Mosque amid tightened security measures by Israeli police. Military barriers were erected at the gates to the holy shrine where policemen checked the IDs of worshipers.

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