Israel opens pub on Islamic cemetery lands in Jerusalem - Middle East Monitor

03 Aug 2015 - 10:02:42 pm
Muslims stopped utilizing it in 1927 when the Supreme Muslim Council chose to preserve it as an historic site.

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Islamic cemetery associated with Ma'manillah within the previous city of Jerusalem

The team condemned your "violation" from the cemetery, noting which opening this pub along with coffee shop came as component of the series of violations against this historic cemetery.

Only twenty with the 200 dunams of the original total location http://northantsnew.co.uk with the cemetery provides certainly not been destroyed, your organisation said. It consists of numerous historic shrines and tombs. However, it reiterated this location can be desecrated on the every day basis.

Israeli authorities yesterday opened a brand name new coffee shop and also pub develop upon part of your terrain belonging to the historical Islamic cemetery regarding Ma'manillah in the old city of Jerusalem, Quds Press reported.



In the statement, Al-Aqsa Organisation for Waqf and Heritage said an Israeli coffee network is running the manufacturer new facility even though the constructing can be managed from the Israeli municipality inside Jerusalem.

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Ma'manillah is a historic Muslim cemetery that will offers the remains regarding figures from the early Islamic period

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