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Islamic NGOs hold funeral prayer in absentia for Gaza martyrs in Diyarbakır
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The event aimed to stand in solidarity with the victims and their families while calling for an immediate end to the bloodshed and suffering in Gaza.

The event took place after Friday prayers, with the community gathering to mourn the loss of innocent lives and to voice their unwavering support for peace and justice in the region. The attendees, moved by the plight of their fellow Muslims in Gaza, offered prayers for the departed souls and called for an immediate end to the bloodshed and suffering.

The solemn gathering took place in the aftermath of devastating attacks in Gaza, where innocent civilians, including women and children, lost their lives amid escalating tensions between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants. Moved by the plight of their fellow Muslims in Gaza, the community of Diyarbakır came together to offer prayers for the departed souls and to voice their unwavering support for peace and justice in the region.

"As members of the global Muslim community, it is our moral duty to speak out against the grave injustices being perpetrated in Gaza," declared Mullah Ömer Çelik, President of the Shahids Caravan Platform, addressing the gathered crowd. "We cannot remain silent in the face of such egregious violations of human rights and international law. The suffering of our brothers and sisters in Gaza demands our urgent attention and action."

The atmosphere at the Ulu Mosque was one of somber reflection and solidarity, with attendees from all walks of life joining together in prayer and peaceful protest. The mournful echoes of funeral prayers resonated throughout the mosque as participants bowed their heads in reverence for the lives lost and the families left behind.

"As Muslims, we must stand united against all forms of oppression and tyranny," emphasized Mullah Tayyip Elçi, representing the Islamic NGOs of Diyarbakır. "The ongoing violence in Gaza is a stark reminder of the urgent need for justice and accountability. We cannot turn a blind eye to the suffering of our brothers and sisters, nor can we allow such atrocities to go unpunished."

Despite the gravity of the situation, the spirit of unity and compassion prevailed among the participants, who remained steadfast in their commitment to seeking a peaceful resolution to the crisis. Following the funeral prayer, attendees joined together for an Eid program, symbolizing the resilience and hope of the human spirit even in the face of adversity.

"The bonds of brotherhood and solidarity among Muslims are stronger than any act of aggression," remarked one attendee, reflecting on the significance of the gathering. "In times of crisis, it is our duty to stand together and support our brothers and sisters in Gaza with unwavering compassion and solidarity. Only through unity and perseverance can we hope to bring about meaningful change and lasting peace."

The event served as a poignant reminder of the enduring bonds of brotherhood and solidarity that unite the global Muslim community, transcending borders and differences. As the prayers echoed through the halls of the Ulu Mosque, the voices of the people of Diyarbakır resonated with a shared message of liberation for Palestine. (ILKHA)























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