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Sheikh Muhammad Hussein, grand mufti of Jerusalem and the Holy Land, condemned the closure of the Ibrahimi mosque and said such decisions violate Muslims' right for freedom of worship.
It called on the Israeli side to immediately terminate these illegal practices aiming at the status and sanctity of the mosque, which it stressed is a clear violations of the freedom of worship.
He also urged Israel to stop the "military tourism" which began in January 2012, which, along with other measures, constituted a gross violation of the freedom of worship, and had been censured by Jordan and the U.N.
Jabari denounced what he described as A'arbitrary measures that affect houses of worship,' considering them A'an encroachment on religion and freedom of worship guaranteed by international law.A' W.S./M.A.
In a press release issued on Monday, Al Jbari denounced these arbitrary measures against sites of worship; describing them as an aggression against monotheistic religions and freedom of worship which is guaranteed by international legislations and laws.
Jabari denounced what he described as "arbitrary measures that affect houses of worship,' considering them "an encroachment on religion and freedom of worship guaranteed by international law."
"We are proud that your Hashemite care includes our Muslim and Christian holy sites in a country the whole world sees to enjoy a unique characteristic of freedom of worship and coexistence among all," the patriarch said.
RAMALLAH, April 17, 2011 (WAFA) - Saeb Erekat, member of the PLO Executive Committee, said Sunday on the occasion of Palm Sunday that Israel restricts freedom of worship during Holy Week.
Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communications Samih Maaytah said the unacceptable and deplorable assault constitutes a violation of international and humanitarian law and a flagrant breach of freedom of worship, as it clearly violates Israel's obligations as the occupying power, which include the necessity of protecting places of worship and ensuring freedom of worship.
As we are celebrating the most religiously and traditionally significant Christian Holiday, we are repeatedly being subject to Israeli violations of our God-given right to freedom of worship,' said Dimitri Diliani, President of the National Christian coalition in the Holy Land.
He condemned the "arbitrary measures" against a house of worship as an assault on heavenly religions, the freedom of worship and a breach of international law.
Director of Hebron Awqaf Zaid Jaabari condemned the "arbitrary measures" against a house of worship as an assault on heavenly religions, the freedom of worship and a breach of international law.