IUS Students Prayed Jenazah Prayer in absentia for killed Palestinians

Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine and will never be the capital of Israel, said Palestinian Alaaddin Fathi, a student at the Department of International Relations and Policy at the IUS, whose family is still in Gaza. Students of the International University of Sarajevo (IUS) prayed yesterday in the campus of the janazah -prayer in absentia for the Palestinians who were killed during protests held at the Gaza border, Anadolu Agency (AA) reports.
 
Students from different countries have condemned the use of force and firearms by Israeli security forces in this way. Among them was Palestinian Alaaddin Fathi, a student at the Department of International Relations at the IUS, whose family is still in Gaza. He stressed that they gathered today to bow down to the janazah - prayer in absentia for the killed Palestinians and react to events in Gaza.
 
"Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine and will never be the capital of Israel," Fathi said. According to him, the victory will be theirs and Israel will soon disappear. Thousands of Palestinians gathered on the border of Gaza yesterday to protest the Israeli occupation and the American relocation of the Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

The Israeli security forces tried to prevent protests that would continue today, using force and firearms, and at least 60 Palestinians were killed. Among the condemnations coming from the world, among other things, it is stated that the excessive force is unacceptable in the event of peaceful protests that the Palestinians are organizing on the 70th anniversary of the mass persecution of this people, known as Nakba.

 

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