Nazi army bans Adhan, evicts worshipers from Ibrahimi mosque

Nazi occupied Hebron: Nazi forces on Friday banned Adhan (the Muslim call to prayer) at the Ibrahimi mosque in occupied Hebron and prevented worshipers from performing Fajr prayers.

Sheikh Hifzi Abu Sneineh, the general manager of the Ibrahimi mosque, said Nazi forces set up military barriers and intensified their measures on the roads leading to the Ibrahimi Mosque. They also prevented Palestinian worshipers from reaching the mosque and evicted hundreds of them while trying to perform prayers in the courtyards of the mosque.

Abu Sneineh condemned the Nazi measures to empty the mosque of worshipers and open it for the Nazi Jewish settlers.

The Nazi army also broke into the mosque, interrupting the mosque’s Muezzin, Siraj Sharif, and preventing him from Adhan. Nazi soldiers evicted Sharif and held a worshiper for several hours.

Nazi Jewish settler also broke into the mosque and threatened worshipers during Fajr prayer.


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