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  • Standing with the people of Palestine is our religious obligation.
  • Muslim scholars and preachers must work earnestly towards the unity of Muslims.
  • Defending and liberating Al-Aqsa Mosque is a religious obligation upon all the Ummah.
  • Palestine is primarily and ultimately an Islamic cause, and countering the aggression of the Jews is an Islamic Jihad.

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 “Fight them; Allah will punish them by your hands and will disgrace them and give you victory over them and will heal the hearts of a believing people.” (At-Tawbah: 14)

“Permission [to fight] has been given to those who are being fought because they were wronged, and indeed Allah is competent to give them victory.” (Al-Hajj: 39)

In this critical stage for the Islamic Ummah, we are fighting and resisting for our survival. Our struggle against the Zionist entity and its allies in the East and West did not begin today but dates back when the world, both in the East and the West, conspired against us, planting the malicious cancer of “Israel” in Palestine, the land of Jerusalem, and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Even though it’s clear for everyone who is the enemy, unfortunately, we find that our people in Palestine are the ones facing this enemy alone. The conflict has turned from an Arab-Zionist struggle to a Palestinian-Zionist one.

We have left the Palestinians all alone to confront the enemy's arsenal, supported by Washington. Instead, we have sought negotiations and compromises with the enemy. The reality confirms that since the “Oslo” Accords on September 13, 1993, Palestinians have not advanced a single step forward. Moreover, the Americans presented the so-called “Road Map” on April 30, 2003, aiming to dismantle the infrastructure of all Palestinian resistance factions and deweaponize them, leaving them powerless so they could have the opportunity to oppress the unarmed civilians.

Although this “Road Map” is unjust to the Palestinians, the Zionist entity has achieved nothing from it. Rather than supporting the resistance and enhancing its role in liberating the sacred Land of Palestine, we have been seeking efforts to normalize with this occupying entity!

Supporting the Palestinians is a religious duty on all Muslims. Allah, the Most High, says: “And prepare against them whatever you are able of power and of steeds of war by which you may terrify the enemy of Allah and your enemy” (Al-Anfal: 60). The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Strive against the polytheists with your tongues, your lives, your wealth and your hands” (1). He also said: “The example of the believers in their affection, mercy, and compassion for each other is that of a body. When any limb aches, the whole body reacts with sleeplessness and fever” (2). Furthermore, he stated: “The Muslim is a brother to a Muslim. He does not wrong him, nor does he forsake him when he is in need. Whoever helps his brother, Allah will help him. Whoever relieves the distress of a Muslim, Allah will relieve his distress on the Day of Judgment, and whoever conceals the faults of a Muslim, Allah will conceal his faults on the Day of Judgment” (3).

Undoubtedly, the duty of Muslims is to liberate the occupied Al-Aqsa Mosque, along with every inch of Muslim land under occupation, and restore it to its rightful Muslim owners, upholding the word of Allah within. Every Muslim bears this responsibility according to their capability and position.

Governments, scholars, and people must contribute to fulfilling this great obligation through all available means—politically, militarily, and through the media.

Muslim scholars and preachers must work earnestly to unify Muslims, both nations and governments, to achieve this religious obligation. No one is absolved from this duty, whether at the governmental, individual, group, or scholarly level, even if others neglect it.

It is essential to harness the energy and enthusiasm of new Muslim generations and employ their capabilities for the progress of their countries and the liberation of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

It is the scholars obligation to expose the Zionist enemy's plans to Judaize Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, reveal the crimes and massacres committed by the Jews against the Palestinian people, and inform the world of the Muslims' rightful claim to Jerusalem.

Additionally, scholars must call on Muslims today to rush to the aid of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the destination of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the Al-Israa journey, as they witness the Zionist aggression in Gaza and see the acts of Jewish extremists in Al-Aqsa Mosque. They should defend it by all means possible after it has been desecrated by the occupiers. This is a religious responsibility, as “Al-Aqsa” is part of our religion, our creed, and our Quran. Allah says: “Exalted is He who took His Servant by night from al-Masjid al-Haram to al-Masjid al-Aqsa, whose surroundings We have blessed, to show him of Our signs. Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Seeing.” (Al-Isra: 1)

The Jihad on the land of Palestine is the only hope and the correct response of the soldiers of Allah on the land of Jerusalem, which Allah blessed with its surroundings. Zionists will never submit or even listen to any negotiations except through such blessed jihad.

Defending and liberating Al-Aqsa Mosque and sacrificing for its sake is not a choice; rather, it is an obligation upon the entire Muslim Ummah, with all its factions.

Muslims, the people of Palestine today, are in desperate need of your help. It is narrated in a hadith reported by Lady Maimuna bint Al-Harith (may Allah be pleased with her) that she asked the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) about making a visit to Bayt al-Maqdis (Jerusalem). The Prophet replied, “The land of the gathering and the resurrection. Visit it and pray there, for a prayer in it is like a thousand prayers elsewhere.” She then asked, “What if someone cannot bear to bring himself to it or cannot reach it?” He said, “Then he should send some oil to be used for its lamps, and his reward will be like the one who prayed in it.” (4)

The late scholar Ibn Baz (may Allah have mercy on him) said: Muslims feel a great deal of pain and regret over the deterioration of the Palestinian cause, from bad to worse, becoming more complex with each passing day. This is due to the disunity among neighboring countries and their failure to stand united against their common enemy. It is also due to their failure to adhere to the rule of Islam, only through which Allah has promised victory and empowerment over the land. This poses a great danger and ominous consequences if neighboring countries do not rush to reunite and adhere to the rule of Islam in this crucial matter, which concerns them and the entire Islamic world.

It is important to note that the Palestinian cause is fundamentally an Islamic issue. However, enemies of Islam have exerted immense efforts to detach it from the Islamic framework and convince Muslims, especially non-Arab Muslims, that it is solely an Arab issue with no relevance to them. While they have been somewhat successful in this endeavor, it is essential to realize that a solution to this issue can only be achieved by considering it an Islamic cause. Muslims must unite to save it and fight the Jews in an Islamic jihad. Only then can the land return to its rightful owners, the deviant Jews return to their original homelands, and only the indigenous Jews in the land can live under Islamic rule, not under communism or secularism. In this way, truth will triumph, falsehood will be defeated, and the people of the land will return to their homeland under Islamic rule, not any other form of governance. (5)


(1) Narrated by Abu Dawood (2504), and Ahmad (12268) with the wording for both, and An-Nasa'i (3096) with slight variations.

(2) Narrated by Al-Bukhari (6011) and Muslim (2586), and the wording is from Muslim.

(3) Narrated by Al-Bukhari (2442) and Muslim (2580) with slight variations.

(4) Al-Majmu' by An-Nawawi (8/278), Summary of the Ruling by the Hadith Scholar: Its chain is acceptable.

(5) A Collection Of Various Fatwas And Articles by Ibn Baz (1/277)


The Battle in Gaza City

 Major General Mahmoud Erdisat, a retired military expert, has shared some insights into the current situation in Gaza. He explains that the Israeli occupation army has suffered significant losses in terms of equipment and soldiers. The battle between the Israeli forces and the Palestinian resistance has become a back-and-forth struggle, with both sides facing difficulties. Israel is not revealing the true extent of its losses.

Erdisat also mentions that Israel will face consequences for the massacres it has committed in Gaza. Western political support for Israel is waning due to popular pressure and demonstrations in European cities. Some European governments are also changing their political positions.

The "Northern Front" with Hezbollah

Erdisat provides some insights into the situation between Hezbollah and the Israeli occupation army on the "northern front." He explains that neither party wants a full-scale war at the moment. There may be some escalation, but a comprehensive war is unlikely.

Where Did the Israeli Forces Reach in Gaza?

The Israeli forces have attempted to enter Gaza from three different directions: the northwestern axis, the northeastern axis, and the final axis from east to west. They have completed a siege around Gaza City, with forces reaching Al-Rashid Street and moving towards various areas within the city.

Whenever the Israeli forces enter densely populated areas, the Palestinian resistance takes advantage of tunnels and buildings to hide and attack vehicles and soldiers. This has resulted in greater losses for the Israeli army.

Losses and Statistics

According to Abu Ubaida, the spokesman for the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades (the military wing of Hamas), the Israeli occupation army has lost around 160 vehicles, including armored vehicles, tanks, and bulldozers. The Israeli army has announced 45 human losses.


However, Erdisat believes that the true losses for Israel are higher and that they are hiding the actual numbers. He expects the losses to be revealed once the war is over. On the resistance side, they focus on the results rather than the losses of fighters. The more fighters they have, the better their ability to combat the occupation.

Displacement of Residents

The Israeli army has not succeeded in displacing the residents of the northern Gaza Strip as they had hoped. They wanted to create a scorched earth and a buffer zone. While some people have left due to the bombings, many have stayed and are still in Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip.

Number of People Remaining

It is difficult to provide an exact number, but there are still a large number of people in the northern Gaza Strip. It is estimated that more than half of the original population is still there, and this number is constantly changing as some people leave and others return.

Political Consequences

Israel will face political consequences as a result of this war. The international community is increasingly critical of Israel's actions, and there is growing pressure for change. The cost of this war for Israel goes beyond military losses.

Israel's Justification

At the beginning of this attack, Israel tried to justify its bombing and destruction by saying it was defending itself. They claimed it was in response to something that happened on October 7th. They even said they wanted to wipe Gaza off the map! But guess what? They won't be able to do it this time.

Political Support Declining

Israel used to have a lot of support from Western colonial countries, like the United States. They would even provide Israel with money and weapons. But now, things are changing. People all over the world, from Europe to America, are standing up against Israel's actions. They're saying this war needs to stop and the killings must end.

Reasons Israel Will Pay a Price

So, why will Israel face consequences? Here are a few reasons:

  1. Crimes Against Humanity

The occupation has committed terrible crimes in Gaza. They've destroyed buildings, killed children, and targeted schools, hospitals, and shelters. These actions are against international law and are considered war crimes.

  1. Cutting Off Basic Needs

Israel has also cut off essential things like food, medicine, electricity, and water from the people in Gaza. This is not only cruel but also a crime against humanity.

  1. The Power of Communication

Thanks to social media and improved communication, more and more people are learning about the situation in Palestine. This means that the occupation can no longer hide its actions. People all around the world are becoming aware and demanding justice.

Will There Be a War with Hezbollah?

Now, let's talk about another important topic. Hezbollah is a group in Lebanon that has had conflicts with Israel in the past. Some people are wondering if there will be a war between Israel and Hezbollah. Here's what I think:

Unlikely War

I don't think Hezbollah and Israel want a full-blown war right now. There might be some small escalations, but nothing major. Iran, which supports Hezbollah, also doesn't have a direct interest in this war. Israel, on the other hand, wants to focus on destroying Gaza and doesn't want to open another front.

Israel's Provocation

However, there's another theory that Israel is trying to provoke Hezbollah. They have American support and military presence in the region. Israel might want to take down both Gaza and Hezbollah at the same time. Some experts in Israel even suggest this strategy.

Source: Al Jazeera


Human Rights

South Africa's Protest

South Africa is urging the International Criminal Court to investigate Israeli leaders for committing war crimes and genocide in the Gaza Strip. The ongoing bombing in Gaza has resulted in the tragic deaths of over 11,000 Palestinians, many of whom are children and women. The South African Foreign Ministry has expressed its disappointment by summoning the Israeli ambassador and recalling all its diplomats from Israel.

Call for Protection

South Africa is also calling on the United Nations to send a rapid force to protect civilians in Gaza. It believes that international humanitarian law must be upheld, and humanitarian workers should be allowed to enter Gaza to provide assistance.

Investigation Request

Three Palestinian human rights organizations have submitted a request to the International Criminal Court to investigate war crimes committed by Israel against civilians in Gaza. These organizations are urging the court to focus on Israeli air strikes on densely populated civilian areas, the siege of Gaza, and the displacement of its residents. They argue that these actions amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity, and even genocide.

International Criminal Court's Response

The International Criminal Court has confirmed that it has received the letter from the Palestinian organizations and will examine the information provided. It is important to note that Israel is not a member of the International Criminal Court and does not recognize its jurisdiction.


Protection of Civilians

Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Sture has condemned the Israeli bombing of Gaza, stating that it violates international law. He emphasizes that civilians have the right to protection, and any violations of international law must be condemned. Sture believes that it is up to the courts to determine whether these violations constitute war crimes. While he acknowledges Israel's right to self-defense, he questions whether their actions in Gaza will truly provide long-term security. Sture also expresses concern for the children who have survived this devastating situation, stating that they will not easily recover. He believes that the only solution is a two-state solution, but acknowledges that achieving this will not be easy.

Source: Al Jazeera + agencies


Strategic Issues

Avi Shlaim, an Israeli historian who opposes Zionism, believes that the current war on Gaza cannot be understood without considering its historical context. In an interview with Al Jazeera Net, Shlaim explains why he thinks this war is "meaningless" and discusses the biased support that the West provides to Israel.

The Historical Background

Shlaim argues that the conflict did not start on October 7th. To understand why Hamas carried out the attack, we need to look back to 1967 when Israel occupied Palestinian territories. The Israelis claim that they offered the Palestinians the chance to turn Gaza into a prosperous place like Singapore, but instead, they turned it into an open prison.

The Disproportionate Response

While media attention focused on the Hamas attack, Shlaim condemns both the attack and the Israeli reaction. He believes that the Israeli response was cruel, brutal, and completely disproportionate. Revenge is not a solution, and what Israel is doing can be considered state-sponsored terrorism.

Netanyahu and the West's Handling of the War

Shlaim predicts that Netanyahu will not survive politically, and he criticizes the Western response to the crisis for its hypocrisy and double standards. He points out that when Hamas won the elections in 2006, Israel, the European Union, and the United States refused to recognize the Hamas government and imposed economic sanctions. The Western powers have been biased towards Israel and have given it the green light to carry out horrific acts instead of calling for a ceasefire.

Potential Consequences

Shlaim notes that over the past 20 years, Jewish hostility towards Arabs in Israel has increased significantly. The current right-wing government, influenced by religious Zionism, is the most extreme, chauvinistic, and racist government in Israel's history. Because of the war in Gaza, public sentiment may shift further to the right and become more hostile towards Arabs.

Anti-Semitism vs. Anti-Zionism

Shlaim clarifies the difference between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. Anti-Semitism is hatred towards Jews solely because of their Jewish identity and has nothing to do with Israel. Anti-Zionism, on the other hand, is criticism and opposition to the Zionist ideology, particularly regarding Israel's policies towards Palestinians, such as occupation, apartheid, and the use of force.


Source: Al Jazeera


Strategic Issues

A recent article from the Wall Street Journal discusses whether Israel can actually defeat Hamas. 

According to the Al-Monitor website, Israel has been fighting against Hamas in the Gaza Strip since October 7th. But even though they have been destroying a lot of buildings and infrastructure in the northern part of Gaza, Israeli leaders admit that Hamas is still going strong.

Hamas' Strength

A senior Israeli military source, who wanted to remain anonymous, told Al-Monitor that Hamas still has a lot of power. The fighters of the movement are hiding underground and can move around using a network of tunnels that Hamas built under Gaza. This makes it difficult for Israel to completely defeat them.

Hamas will continue

While the Hamas command structure has been heavily damaged, most of the fighters, estimated to be around 20,000, have not been injured. This means that Hamas can still continue fighting, even though their leaders have been targeted.

Can Hamas be Eliminated?

Military experts believe that getting rid of Hamas is not an easy task. The resistance factions within Hamas are still capable of fighting, and it might take months or even years to completely eliminate them, according to some analysts.

Doubts from US Intelligence

The Wall Street Journal quoted a source from the American intelligence community who doubts Israel's ability to achieve its goal of eliminating Hamas. While the Israeli military campaign has caused damage to Hamas and its infrastructure, it might not be enough to completely get rid of their ideology.

The Toll of the Conflict

For 36 days, the Israeli army has been fighting in Gaza, using air, land, and sea attacks. Unfortunately, this has resulted in the destruction of residential areas and the loss of many lives. According to official sources, 11,780 Palestinians were killed, including 4,506 children, 3,027 women, and 678 elderly people. Additionally, 27,490 people were injured with various injuries.

It seems like eliminating Hamas is not an easy task for Israel. While they have caused damage to the group, Hamas still has a lot of fighters and support.


Source: Al-Monitor


  Newsweek wrote an article about Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Lebanese Hezbollah. They said that he disappointed the Palestinians and their supporters.

Nasrallah's Absence

According to Newsweek, Nasrallah has been pretty absent from the public eye during all the tensions going on. Instead, lower-level officials from his party have been speaking to the press and supporters.

Expectations vs. Reality

People were really excited when they heard that Nasrallah would finally speak up. They thought he might announce some big moves or make things even more intense. But guess what? He didn't! Instead, he just talked about how Hezbollah joined the conflict on October 8th and called for a ceasefire in Gaza. He also showed support for Hamas and the Palestinian people.

America's Response

The United States knew about Nasrallah's speech too. A spokesperson from the US State Department said that they didn't want things to escalate or get worse. They warned that the attacks could turn into a bigger war between Israel and Lebanon than what happened in 2006.


Hezbollah's Strategy

Avi Melamed, a former Israeli intelligence official, shared his thoughts on Hezbollah's position. He said that Nasrallah's words didn't convince him because he believes Hezbollah is capable of much more than what they've shown so far.

That's all from Newsweek's report. It seems like Nasrallah's speech didn't meet everyone's expectations. We'll have to wait and see what happens next!

Source: Newsweek

Kuwait in a Week

November 02, 2023

Kuwait Stands Firm on the Palestinian Issue

Kuwait's Position

The representative of His Highness the Amir, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and His Highness the Crown Prince, Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, have made it clear that Kuwait has a strong stance on the Palestinian issue. They demand a ceasefire and the entry of humanitarian and relief aid.

Support for a Just Solution

In a speech delivered at the opening of the National Assembly's second regular session, the representative of His Highness the Amir emphasized Kuwait's support for all efforts to find a fair and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue based on international legitimacy.

Concern for the Palestinian Territories

Kuwait, including its leadership, people, National Assembly, and government, is closely following the violent events unfolding in the Palestinian territories, particularly in the Gaza Strip. They strongly condemn the Israeli aggression, which includes bombings, sieges, violations of human rights, destruction, and attempts at forced displacement. These actions go against humanitarian values, international laws, and conventions.


 Kuwait National Assembly: Holding Occupation Leaders Accountable as War Criminals

 During a special public session, the National Assembly discussed the violations committed by the leaders of the "Zionist entity" in Gaza. The session later turned secret at the government's request. The Council Speaker, Ahmed Al-Saadoun, asked everyone to leave the hall, and the session became secret according to the Constitution.

The Recommendations


  1.  Prosecuting the Leaders

The National Assembly wants to prosecute the president and other leaders of the "Zionist entity" as war criminals. They want to do this in international forums, like the International Criminal Court, and in parliaments around the world. They also want the parliamentary division to lead the legal, political, and media efforts in this matter.

  1.  Supporting the Palestinian People

The National Assembly shows solidarity with the Palestinian people in Gaza and other occupied territories. They believe in their right to struggle for their own independent state and to protect their holy places.

  1. Calling for Action

The National Assembly wants Arab and Muslim governments and parliaments to support the people of Kuwait and others around the world. They want them to take real decisions and practical steps to break the siege in Gaza, support the struggle, reject any normalization with the "Zionist occupier," open all crossings, and provide aid.

  1.  Reuniting Families

The government will work to bring back Palestinian teachers in Kuwait who are separated from their families in Gaza. They want to reunite them as soon as possible.

  1.  Gaza Reconstruction Fund

The National Assembly wants the government, private sector, and development funds to create a fund to rebuild Gaza. They also want governments, chambers of commerce, and businessmen to support this fund and boycott the "Zionist entity."

  1. Strictly Pursuing Discordant Communication

The National Assembly wants the government to take action against anyone who communicates with the "occupying entity" in any way that goes against the law. They want to implement the existing boycott of Israel law.

  1. Kuwait Humanitarian City

The government, along with charitable committees and humanitarian associations, plans to establish the "Kuwait Humanitarian City" in Gaza. This city will have homes, schools, and healthcare facilities to support the people and prevent their displacement.

  1. Urgent Medical Arrangements

The Ministry of Health, in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will make arrangements to bring injured people from Gaza, especially children and women, to Kuwait hospitals for urgent and effective treatment.

  1. Broadcasting the Session

The special session held by the National Assembly will be broadcasted on TV and translated into different languages so that people around the world can understand what's happening.

  1. Kuwaiti Airspace Closure

The government will continue to keep Kuwaiti airspace and lands closed to any operation against the people of Palestine.

  1. Rejecting Normalization

The National Assembly strongly opposes any form of normalization with the "Zionist entity." They don't want the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry or any state institutions to sign any joint statements with countries or international institutions that support normalization or condemn the Palestinian right to resist the occupier.

  1. Diplomatic Measures

The National Assembly wants the Kuwaiti government to take diplomatic measures to:

- Immediately stop the aggression by the "Zionist entity."

- Protect civilians.

- Reject displacement and prevent a repeat of the Nakba (a historical event).

13.Unity and Support

The National Assembly emphasizes the unity of the Kuwaiti people and their efforts in supporting this important cause.

 Kuwait National Assembly has made some strong recommendations to hold the leaders of the "Zionist entity" accountable for their actions in Gaza. They want justice for the Palestinian people and support from other countries. It's important to stand up for what's right and support those who need it.  


Kuwait Condemns Israeli Attack on Jabalia Camp

Kuwait Stands Against the Zionist Massacre

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs is strongly condemning the recent attack by the Israeli occupation forces on the Jabalia camp in the Gaza Strip. This attack has resulted in the loss of many innocent lives.

Kuwait's Firm Stance

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a statement expressing Kuwait's complete condemnation of the ongoing aggression by the Israeli occupation forces in the Palestinian territories, especially in the Gaza Strip.

Call for International Support

Kuwait urges the international community and the Security Council to take immediate action and fulfill their responsibilities in protecting the Palestinian people and putting an end to the cycle of violence.

Immediate Ceasefire and Humanitarian Truce

The Foreign Ministry is calling for an immediate ceasefire and a humanitarian truce, in line with the resolution issued by the United Nations General Assembly last Friday.

Tragic Events in Jabalia

 The Israeli occupation army carried out a devastating attack in Jabalia. They bombed a residential building near the Indonesian Hospital, resulting in the loss of 400 lives and leaving many others injured.


Kuwaiti Ministry of Defense Raises State of Alert

Exceptional Circumstances in the Region

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Defense is taking action due to the unusual situation in the area. Kuwait's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Sheikh Ahmad Fahad Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, emphasized the need for our armed forces to be ready and vigilant. This is to ensure the security and stability of our nation and the safety of our lands.

Meeting of the Military Defense Council

During a meeting at the Ministry of Defense, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Fahd discussed future strategies and exchanged views on various issues related to the tasks of the Kuwaiti army. He highlighted the importance of following the directives of the political leadership and developing the capabilities of our armed forces.

Overcoming Obstacles and Enhancing Cooperation

Sheikh Ahmed Al-Fahd directed army leaders to quickly overcome any obstacles that may hinder military plans. He also urged them to ensure that army units fulfill their duties to the fullest extent. Cooperation between different military sectors was emphasized to protect and defend our homeland.

Concerns in the Region

Kuwait's warnings come as the Israeli army continues intensive raids on residential areas in Gaza, resulting in the loss of many lives. In the West Bank, there have been numerous casualties and a significant number of Palestinians have been arrested. Observers are worried that if the war continues without a political solution, it may spread throughout the region.


Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry Expresses Concern Over Israeli Aggression in Gaza

Kuwait Stands Against Israeli Aggression

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs is deeply concerned about the ongoing aggressive actions of the Israeli occupation in the Gaza Strip. They believe that these actions are in violation of international resolutions, as well as international law and humanitarian law.

Ground Invasion and Continued Crimes

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that if the Israeli occupation forces proceed with a ground invasion while deliberately isolating the Gaza Strip, it will only prove their determination to continue committing crimes against the Palestinian people.

International Silence Threatens Peace and Security

The Kuwaiti Ministry expressed regret over the lack of international response to these atrocities. They warned that this silence could endanger international peace and security.

Call for International Support

Kuwait urges the United Nations Security Council, the international community, and influential countries to fulfill their responsibilities. They should provide international protection for the Palestinian people and ensure the delivery of urgent humanitarian and relief aid to civilians in the Gaza Strip.


The Social Reform Society's "Success - Journey 2" Event

An awesome event called "Success - Journey 2" is being organized by the Social Reform Society. They joined forces with the Joud Charitable Society to make this event happen. The main goal of this event was to encourage kids like you to love reading in Arabic and to help older students with their academic skills. They also wanted to help parents support their children's education. All of this is part of their plan to strengthen our Islamic and Arab identity and guide us towards science, morals, and life skills.

Partnership with Joud Charity Association

The Social Reform Society teamed up with the Joud Charity Association to support the Arabic language and teach it to different groups of people. They had a super talented team of teachers who knew all about teaching Arabic. They organized workshops for primary school students, and trust me, these workshops were really fun and interesting!

Workshops for Students

During the event, students had the chance to participate in six different workshops. These workshops were designed to make us fall in love with the Arabic language, learn important educational values, and discover cool facts about the Al-Aqsa Mosque. For middle and high school students, they had special workshops like the "Creating Success" and "Study Smart" workshops. These workshops were all about helping us become successful in our studies.

Workshop for Parents

But wait, they didn't forget about our parents! They organized a workshop just for them called "Children and Study." The goal was to give our parents the skills and support they need to help us with our studies. How cool is that?

Event Dates

The event started on October 30 and went on until November 1. It was a fantastic few days filled with learning and fun. The Social Reform Society worked really hard to make the "Success - Journey 2" event a success.


American Rabbi Israel David Weiss, a prominent member of the Neturei Karta movement, expressed his belief that there is a no relations between Judaism and Israel.

In an interview with Anatolia, he stated that the ideology of Zionism, which is associated with the State of Israel, has no connection to Judaism, which is a religion. Rabbi Weiss emphasized that Judaism and Zionism are fundamentally different and even contradictory, using the analogy of the earth and the sky.

 He pointed out that the commandments of the Torah explicitly prohibit killing and stealing, actions that he believes are present in the establishment of the Israeli state.

Rabbi Weiss referred to the Nakba of 1948, during which Palestinians were forcibly displaced, as a result of what he considers to be theft committed by the Israelis.

He expressed solidarity with the Palestinians and criticized Israel for inciting hatred and being an anti-Semitic state. Ultimately, Rabbi Weiss prays for the liberation of Palestine and the eventual disappearance of the Zionist state.


Muslims around the World

Afghanistan celebrated Palestine by inaugurating a replica of the Dome of the Rock in Kabul. The mosque, funded by a Turkish charity, is named after Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban.

 This construction is part of a global wave of solidarity with Palestine and support for Gaza amid the Israeli aggression. The mosque symbolizes the strong bond between Muslims and serves as a tribute to the Palestinians.

The gilded dome stands prominently on a hill in Kabul, and its inauguration ceremony was attended by Taliban officials expressing their support.

Afghan Interior Minister Siraj al-Din Haqqani stated that the mosque represents the love of Muslims, especially Afghans, for Palestine.

Organizers expressed their happiness that the mosque resembles the original Dome of the Rock, emphasizing the importance of having such holy places in every Muslim country.

The war on Gaza has greatly affected the Israeli economy. The Israeli Ministry of Finance is worried that if the war goes on for a long time, it could cause a recession in Israel. 

The Ministry's Concerns

The Israeli Ministry of Finance believes that if the war continues, it could lead to a recession in Israel this year and the next. They are especially worried if the war expands to include other areas besides Gaza. This could have a big impact on the economy.

What Could Happen?

The Israeli Ministry of Finance has come up with different scenarios to understand how the economy might be affected. They have some predictions based on how the crisis unfolds.

Scenario 1: Limited Confrontation

In this scenario, the war stays focused on Gaza and there is a limited conflict with Hezbollah in Lebanon. The Ministry estimates that this would lead to a loss of working days and affect the GDP (Gross Domestic Product). They predict a decline in economic growth to about 0.6% or 11.8 billion shekels (around 3 billion dollars) if the crisis lasts for a month.

Scenario 2: Conflict Expansion

In this scenario, the conflict expands to include both Gaza and Lebanon, but only for a month. The loss of GDP during 2023-2024 would be around 44 billion shekels (11 billion dollars). Economic growth would decline to 2.2% in 2023 and 2.5% in 2024. However, the Ministry hopes for a recovery by the third quarter of 2024.

Scenario 3: Extended Conflict

If the conflict continues for a longer time and spreads to more than one front, the loss of GDP could reach a whopping 67 billion shekels (17 billion dollars). Growth rates would decline to 1.3% in 2023 and 0.6% in the following year. Recovery might not begin until the fourth quarter of the next year.

The Current Situation

As of now, the war has been going on for 22 days. Israel has been targeting civilians in Gaza, resulting in a high number of Palestinian casualties. The Palestinian resistance, led by the Hamas movement, has responded by bombing Israel. The situation is tense and uncertain.

The war on Gaza is not only causing human suffering for Palestinians but also impacting the Israeli economy. The longer the war goes on and the more it spreads, the worse the economic consequences could be.


Sources: Al Jazeera, Israeli press

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