Learn about and #LoveAqsa
Aqsa Week is back on 6-12 March 2021. A full week of workshops, activities, talks and events dedicated to raising awareness about masjid Al-Aqsa.
Wherever in the world you are, we would like you to:
- Arrange an event in your network (university, college, school, mosque, madrassa, halaqa, work, council, parliament) on any topic related to Al-Aqsa.
- Ask your local mosque to deliver a khutba on al-Isra wal-Miraj on Friday 12th March. You can download a template khutba here.
- Join the global dua for Al-Aqsa on Thursday 11 March, 9pm (GMT).
- Take part in the Twitter storm for Aqsa on Thursday 11 March, 9:15pm -9:45pm (GMT)
All our Aqsa Week events (6-12 March) will be shown live on our YouTube
Aqsa Week 6th – 12th March 2021(live on our YouTube)
Aqsa Week will coincide with al-Isra wal-Miraj (11th March) to bring the love of Al-Aqsa to the global community under the banner of #LoveAqsa.
Aqsa Week is about creating conversations on why we #LoveAqsa
This year, Friends of Al-Aqsa (FOA) has partnered with American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) to deliver an exciting educational week in order to bring a global focus to Al-Aqsa and the Palestinian people.
We are calling upon university societies, families, mosques, work places, halaqas, local councils and parliaments around the world to hold events under the banner of #LoveAqsa.
Aqsa Week should be marked by organising varied events that bring to fore the centrality of Al-Aqsa and the plight of the Palestinians. The events should also recognise other oppressed and colonised people. Aqsa Week should be used to teach Muslim and non-Muslims of the great heritage of Masjid Al-Aqsa and how to support the occupied people around the world.
FOA and AMP have organised a week of events (6 – 12 March) to give a direction on how you can organise programmes in your network or organisation.
Join our #LoveAqsa Facebook event page to let us know your thoughts and spread the word.
In our sixth year of running Aqsa Week we have now gone global!
It has garnered worldwide support from a number of countries and organisations, including: Ministry of Awqaf Jerusalem, International Union of Muslim Scholars, Ministry of Religious Affair Turkey as well as support from Palestine, South Africa, Malaysia, Indonesia, Iraq, Bangladesh, United States, Canada, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, India and Pakistan.
Aqsa Week Support and coverage
Aqsa Week has garnered worldwide support including: Ministry of Awqaf Jerusalem, Jamiatul Ulama in South Africa, MJC, International Union of Muslim Scholars, Ministry of Religious Affair Turkey, Ministry of Religious Affairs in Malaysia, as well as support from Iraq, Indonesia, Bangladesh, United States, Canada, Hong Kong, India Pakistan and other countries across Europe and Africa.
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