"Blood and tears won't stop in Ummah as long as Al-Aqsa is captive"
Blood and tears will not end among the Islamic ummah as long as Masjid al-Aqsa remains in captivity in the hands of zionists, HUDA PAR President Ishak Sağlam said at the panel themed "Al-Quds and Saladin".
The "Al-Quds and Saladin" panel held by the HUDA PAR office in Diyarbakir on the occasion of the anniversary of the conquest of Al-Quds by Saladin, began with the speech of the party president Ishak Sağlam.
The president of HUDA PAR who delivered the salutation speech of the program at the panel, which was held in the form of two sessions, gave important messages about the responsibility of Masjid Al-Aqsa, Al-Quds and the Islamic Ummah on the issue.
"Today Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa are in captivity"
Sağlam underlined that they came together for Masjid Al-Aqsa. "Today is the anniversary of the second conquest of Jerusalem by Saladin. 832 years ago today, the armies of Islam under Saladin's commander entered Al-Quds, ending 88 years of continued captivity."
"Unfortunately, today Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa are again in captivity. Because the ummah is in heedlessness, this captivity has been going on for over 100 years," Sağlam said.
History has shown us that whenever Al-Quds was in the hands of Christians, then Jews and Muslims were suffered oppression and whenever Al-Quds was in the hands of Jews, then Christians and Muslims suffered oppression. But when Islam ruled in Al-Quds then Muslims, Jews and Christians lived in peace and comfort.
"Hopefully the path to the third conquest will pass through Diyarbakir"
Sağlam stressed that history shows that Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa must be under the assurance of Islam. "Therefore, A-Quds must be liberated from this occupation."
"Amed, Diyarbakir had a special place during the conquest of Jerusalem. The path to the second conquest of Jerusalem passed through Diyarbakir, and hopefully the path to the third Conquest will pass through Diyarbakir," Sağlam said.
"So we are gathered in the right place as the starting point on the road to the conquest of Jerusalem. Today, it is said that there are 15 different research institutions of zionists to prevent forming new Saladins, and to prevent the Saladins from coming out early," Sağlam noted.
"We must pass on the fight as a legacy to generations"
Underlining that there is not one Saladin Research Institute in the Islamic Ummah with a population of more than a billion and a half, Sağlam pointed out that if they don't do something for Al-Aksa today, future generations will remember them as carefree and diligent.
As the generations who witnessed the captivity of Al-Aksa, we must show the next generations that we had worked for the liberation of Aksa from captivity, that we had not left Aksa alone, and pass this fight on to the next generations as a legacy.
"To fight to end the occupation of Aksa is to fight to save our own land from occupation. This is a struggle for each individual Muslim," he added. (ILKHA)