In a statement by the UK-based International Centre of Justice for Palestinians (ICJP), it addressed the British Prime Minister Liz Truss's guarantee to her Israeli counterpart, Yair Lapid, last month that her office will review the British embassy's location, which opened the potential for it to be moved to Al-Quds.
Member of Islamic resistance targeted Israeli settlers in al-Quds shooting operation leaving at least seven people wounded. Shooters have successfully fled the scene and Israeli police have intensified security measures in the occupied lands.
Ebrahim Raisi attended a large demonstration of World Al-Quds Day on Friday morning, and said, "The message of the presence is that today it is the Palestinian young people and teenagers and the Resistance who have taken the initiative in the field of action and are determining the fate of the long resistance of the Palestinian people".
General Qa'ani on Friday during the rally to mark the International Quds Day in the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) in Mashhad noted: "International Quds Day is one of the best and most spiritual days of the year for every Muslim."
On a visit to Nigeria, Sheikh Ahmad Ahdar Amili, an Islamic scholar and a custodian of the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussein in Karbala of Iraq said in an interview with IP that Quds was strategic and important to the extent that, all Muslims must join hands to liberate it.
The protesters waved banners in Arabic, English and Hebrew including “no to ethnic cleansing”, “Stop home demolitions”, “Your goals are racist”, “Our homes are our lives”, and “Determination of the Jerusalemites is high”.