Palestine Calls For Help in Ramadan: Masjid Al-Aqsa Under Attack

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Israeli forces killed six Palestinians in confrontations in the West Bank this week, and clashes between police and Palestinians broke out Friday after early prayers in Masjid al-Aqsa. Israeli police entered in force before dawn on Friday, as thousands of worshippers were gathered at the masjid for early morning prayers. Israeli forces used tear gas and flash grenades at the holy site injuring over 158 Palestinians and 400 plus were detained.
 
Israeli forces had hindered the arrival of ambulances and paramedics to the mosque, as Palestinian media said dozens of injured worshippers remained trapped inside the compound. They were attacking the mosque staff, normal people, elders, and young people.
 

Emergency Response

For worshipers and visitors of Al-Aqsa Mosque who require health care and emergency treatment, Ummet Waqf operates two mobile clinics within the compound of Masjid Al-Aqsa during the holy month of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Medical equipment and tools necessary for conducting examinations, medical consumables, and medicines of various kinds are provided in the clinics, and a number of paramedics, nurses, and doctors conduct examinations and provide needed treatment. A team of nurses and paramedics transport sick patients, who require hospital treatment, from Masjid Al-Aqsa to a hospital in a special ambulance. Ummet Waqf helps to rehabilitate volunteer teams, which include 30 people, to assist paramedics, nurses, doctors, and patients in providing their needs, fulfilling their services, and maintaining visitors’ comfort. 
 
More than 250,000 people are expected to visit the holy Al-Aqsa in Ramadan so it is important that the guards know how to assist the people in case of a medical emergency. $1,000 for medical emergency helps in providing:
– Examination costs and medical supplies.
– Medicines to be distributed free of charge.
– Iftar meals for workers and volunteers.
– Transferring emergency and severe medical cases to the hospital.
– Ambulance expenses.
– The expenses of paramedics and doctors, and a volunteer bonus.
 
Last year also, Israeli occupying forces attacked during Ramadan. We raised over RM300,000 that helped in paying hospitals bills, medical aid was administered to injured residents in their houses, as well as providing financial aid.

Donations to this campaign will provide emergency aid, food parcels, first aid, medical equipment,  temporary accommodations to the displaced residents in Jerusalem. Donations will also be used to help renovate the houses in the nearby neighbourhood that were attacked and harmed by the occupying forces.  

The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said: “Whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden from the burdens of the world, Allah will relieve him of a burden from the burdens on the Day of Judgement. [Timirdhi]
 
A person came to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) and said: Messenger of Allah, what do you think if a man comes to me in order to appropriate my possession? He (Prophet) said: Don’t surrender your possession to him. He (the inquirer) said: If he fights me? He (the Prophet) remarked: Then fight (with him). He (the inquirer) again said: What do you think if I am killed? He (the Prophet) observed: You would be a martyr. He (the inquirer) said: What do you think of him (Messenger of Allah) If I kill him. He (the Holy Prophet) said: he would be in the Fire. [Muslim]
 
Al-Aqsa is the third holiest site in Islam and also revered by Jews as the location of two ancient temples.

Leading Scholars Supporting This Campaign

Sheikh Ikrimah Sabri

Sheikh Ikrimah is the head of the Supreme Islamic Council and former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. He is also Imam of Masjid al-Aqsa

Sheikh Dr.Muhammad al-Awadi

Sheikh Dr. Muhammad is a leading scholar from Kuwait. He is an active member of the International Founding Committee of the Islamic Media

Sheikh Muhammad al-Dido al-Shinqiti

Director of the Markaz Takwin al-Ulama, Mauritania

Sheikh Dr.Ali al-Qaradaghi

Secretary General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars

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Ummet Waqf is an independent developmental Turkish association, aims to improve Al-Quds citizens abilities, to preserve their heritage and identity, and to revive their culture, through strategic allocation of his needs and priorities. Seeking to find the best and proper methods in order to maximize the impact and benefit of the available fund resources.

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