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Ezzat Calls on Egyptians to Mark Day of Anger for Jerusalem
Ezzat Calls on Egyptians to Mark Day of Anger for Jerusalem
Muslim Brotherhood Secretary General Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat called Arabs and Egyptians to interact strongly with political and national powers’ call to mark Friday May 15 as a "Day of Anger" across the world to "stand united against zionists and their schemes to judaize Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque violations", according to a statement released.
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Muslim Brotherhood Secretary General Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat called Arabs and Egyptians to interact strongly with political and national powers" call to mark Friday May 15 as a "Day of Anger" across the world to "stand united against zionists and their schemes to judaize Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque violations", according to a statement released.


He described the Day as "the least we can do to defend Al-Aqsa mosque and the Palestinians who are fighting to preserve the identity of the holy city" 

 

 


 


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