Representatives from the Islamic and Christian communities in Sydney on Al-Quds: No one can confiscate its identity or sanctity or change its landmarks by Judaizing it.

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Representatives from the Islamic and Christian communities in Sydney on Al-Quds: No one can confiscate its identity or sanctity or change its landmarks by Judaizing it.

Representatives and religious authorities from the Islamic and Christian communities in Sydney held a meeting to discuss the decision of US President Donald Trump to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and issued a joint statement in which they affirmed that “Jerusalem is a sacred Arab city with religious, ideological, cultural and historical value in the monotheistic religions. No one can confiscate its identity or sanctity or change its landmarks by Judaizing it.
“We reject the decision of the US President to declare Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a decision that contravenes international conventions and resolutions,” the statement said.

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