HUDA PAR youth branches to cycling for “Al-Quds”
DIYARBAKIR - HUDA PAR General Presidency of Youth Branches drew attention to the terrorizing of the zionist occupiers in Jerusalem, will organize a cycling tour in 11 provinces with “Road is open to Jerusalem” slogan.
HUDA PAR Youth Branches announced that they will organize a cycling tour in 11 provinces with “Road is open to Jerusalem” slogan to draw attention that the terrorism of the zionist makes in Al-Quds.
HUDA PAR Youth Branches President İlyas Kaya organized a press statement at the Diyarbakır Provincial Presidency about the event.
Kaya pointed out that the blessed lands which occupied and plundered, continue to be polluted day by day by the terror network zionists. Kaya stated that the silence of the ummah, the fragmentation of the Islamic countries give courage to the zionists to attack again on Al-Aqsa which is the honor of the Ummah.
Kaya said, "The blood, tears, civil wars and fragmentation in the Ummah's geography give courage zion dogs, and for the first time in 50 years, it has given the courage to ban the adhan in the Masjid Al-Aqsa.”
Kaya continued, “We are the sons of Saladin who has not dropped his flag. We will wear our winding sheet like our ancestor and sacrifice our souls when it comes to Al-Aqsa. We are ready to give anything for Al-Aqsa.”
Kaya stated that, as the youth branches, they have declared mobilization for Al-Quds with all their organizations, “As a result of this, we have taken the bicycling action that we have initiated with the slogan of Road is open to Al-Quds” in different towns of Turkiye, from east and to the west, to form unity and solidarity among our Muslim peoples and to lay claim on our first qiblah. We, therefore, invite all of our younger brothers to take possession of this activity and the actions to be put forward.”
Kaya listed the event dates as follows:
“July 31 / Diyarbakır
August 1 / Batman, Bingöl
2 August / Siirt
4 August / Elaziğ
5 August / Malatya
6 August / Şanlıurfa
7 August / Gaziantep
8 August / Mersin
August 9 / Konya
August 13th / Istanbul” (Emrah Deniz – ILKHA)