Palestinian Minister Radwan receives Indonesian solidarity group
Palestinian minister of religious affairs Ismail Radwan received in his office a delegation of the Indonesian committee for solidarity with Palestine led by Ferry Nour.
Radwan welcomed the Indonesian delegation and hailed their country for their ongoing support for Gaza in particular and the Palestinian people in general.
“Definitely, such visit reflects the unity of the Arab and Muslim nation, and the successive visits by Indonesian delegations indicate that the Indonesian people cares about the Palestinian cause,” he said.
The minister also briefed the delegation on the damage and destruction which the mosques and waqf structures in Gaza had sustained during the last war.
The minister highlighted the Zionist dangers threatening the occupied city of Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque.
Head of the Indonesian delegation Ferry Nour, in turn, thanked the minister for his warm reception and stressed that the Islamic faith binds the Palestinian and Indonesian peoples and make them share the same concern about the liberation of Palestine.
The delegation granted the ministry 70, 000 dollars for the building of the new Islamic institute in Gaza.