50 countries will take part in Aqsa Week 2022
The UK initiative aimed at highlighting the problem of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem has gone global for the second year in a row, and, according to the organizers, more than 50 countries will take part in it.

Aqsa Week 2022, which runs from 24th of February to 2nd of March, is organized by the Friends of Al-Aqsa (FOA), a non-governmental organization dedicated to protecting the rights of Palestinians and protecting the shrine of Al—Aqsa.

FOA reported that during the week, which they expect to be the largest, mosques, universities, local councils and parliaments will hold meetings, seminars and other different events to highlight the heritage of the mosque and draw global attention to its problems and the plight of the Palestinians.

Aqsa Week, which was launched by FOA in 2017, aims to inform people about Al-Aqsa, its history and significance, as well as the dangers faced by Al-Aqsa and the Palestinian people.

Al-Aqsa is the third holiest site of Islam and is located in close proximity to religious sites significant to Jews and Christians.

Several FAO events will be broadcast live on their social media accounts as well as on TV and radio, and they have chosen #LoveAqsa as this year's hashtag.

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