Al Quds Day

by Ghazaleh Kamrani

Dear Children, Assalam Alaikum

The last Friday of the Holy month of Ramadan is anniversary of a very important day and is known as  Al-Quds day (Jerusalem  Day).

In 1979 late Ayatollah Khomeini named this day Al-Quds as a reminder of the suffering of people of Palestine forced to live under occupation since 1968.

Our duty as Muslims and justice seekers is to support those who are treated unjustly. That is why year after year, on this day, Muslims all over the world give their time and organise marches in the street to remind the public about Palestinian’s struggle.

This month Ghazaleh Kamrani, our illustrator, has drawn one of such demonstration. She has drawn two images and left some differences in them for you to find. Later on look at the image 3 to check if you have spotted all the differences.



Ghazaleh Kamrani

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