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Lankan envoy meets State of Palestine Minister of Waqf and Religious Affairs


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State of Palestine Minister of Waqf and Religious Affairs Sheikh Yusef Edais and Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the State of Palestine M. Fawzan Anver, discussed the matters related o the holy places at Mihraj Day celebration at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

Fawzan Anver, organising the third year religious ceremony to mark Mihraj Day at Qubbathu Al-Sakhra, Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on 13 April at 4:45 p.m.

The recitation of Qasidatul Burdha will also be held at Qubbathu Al-Sakhra, the place where Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven to Almighty Allah.

Many pilgrims from various countries are participating at Mihraj function this year; it is the first time that more than 200 Sri Lankan Muslim pilgrims will attend this religious ceremony to mark Mihraj Day at Qubbathu Al-Sakhra.

A special prayer will also be conducted by the Imam of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Ali Al Abbasi, for all communities in Sri Lanka, Palestine and all Muslims in the whole world to live in peace and harmony and also for the well being of President Maithripala Sirisena and the Government and people of Sri Lanka and Palestine. (RF) 

 


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