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What is Al Quds Day?

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Our dedicated information page to explain what Al Quds Day means.


The details of the next London, UK event are:

Date:  Friday 25 July 2014 

Venue: Assemble at Duchess Street (near BBC Radio)

Time: 3 - 7pm

Find more information HERE

“The Quds Day is a universal day. It is not an exclusive day for Quds itself. It is a day for the oppressed to rise and stand up against the arrogant.” -  Imam Khomeini

What is Al Quds Day?

"I pray that inshallah we will see not only Palestine free, but all the oppressed people free - all the oppressed people! Let me remind you today is the day of Al-Quds, its a day we stand shoulder to shoulder with all oppressed people in the world against all the oppressors, while we see in Palestine all the world leaders are standing shoulder to shoulder with the oppressors against the Palestinians whilst they are suffering on a daily basis - we do exactly the opposite." - Massoud Shadjareh; Al Quds Day 2007

Al Quds Day around the world in 2013

NEW YORK

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New Yorkers stand with Palestine on international al-Quds Day - The crowd contained many Muslims, as well as anti-imperialist activists from the International Action Center and the Palestinian Right of Return Coalition. The crowd also contained many Jews who oppose the state of Israel, such as Joel Idelisz.

SYDNEY

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Al-Quds Day Committee Australia - click for photos from Melbourne and more 

NIGERIA

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Nigerian Muslims mark International Quds Day‎- Every year members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria have come together to protest the occupation of Palestinian land by the Israelis. The occupation, members have insisted is illegal and doomed.

JAKARTA

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AHLULBAIT Indonesia - Watch a video recapping the day.

Reports from Al Quds Day from the last decade 

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