BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – Thousands of protesters gathered in Sanaa, Friday, to mark the annual international Al-Quds Day, to show their solidarity with Palestine.

Protesters marched through the city bearing the flag of Palestine, and holding banners condemning Israel and chanting anti-Zionist slogans.

One of the protesters stated that “the message that the Yemeni women are conveying through coming here, despite the aggression and despite the siege, is that we will not forget the main issue, our ultimate issue. We will not forget Al-Quds.”

Al-Quds day, which falls on the last day of the month of Ramadan, was introduced in 1979 by late Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini as a day of protest against Zionism and Israel’s control of Jerusalem.

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Long live Iran, Syria, Hezbollah,Ansarullah!!! the zionist abomination must be erased from the maps.
Fck Daeshbag the hasbara agent, who will soon be posting his kosher version of history, which he learned while cleaning toilets on JDF barracks…

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lol you noticed that rat as well? without a doubt he’s paid to spread misiformation

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“Long live Iran, Syria, Hezbollah,Ansarullah!!! the zionist abomination must be erased from the maps.” => ROFL!!!! “We created Hezbolla”-Ariel Sharon Israel is Iran’s secret ally. You are total morons. Iranian Mullahs team with the Israeli far-right sectarianists from the beginning and I’m against BOTH sides While at the same time I’m with Syria and with Israel! Go on with your Hezbollah and you’ll end with “Eretz Israel” from the Nile to the Euphrates while Iran will get all the area east of Euphrates. Thus, “Eretz Israel” is already there if we consider Genetics! And what I’m talking about is not… Read more »