On the occasion of the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Fitr, the Palestinian Muslim community celebrated the blessings of peace, prosperity and the new year by singing beautiful prayers.

On Thursday, a few thousand people gathered at the city’s Old City to perform a Muslim prayer for peace.

In the past, Muslims have performed beautiful prayers in public and in their mosques.

The Palestinian community celebrated its first Eid al Fitr prayer in 2017 in a different setting, the Al-Quds Mosque in the Old City.

The prayers were performed on a stage with a large number of people, including a large crowd of Palestinian police and soldiers.

The prayers, which were said over several different verses, were followed by cheers and applause from the audience.

The audience was filled with Palestinians who were in their early 20s and early 30s.

The young men and women stood up and prayed, and then some of them broke out into song.

They chanted “Alhamdulillah” (Peace be upon you) and “Al-Fathi” (Welcome).

“We wanted to celebrate the blessings and blessings of our new year,” said Abu al-Qassem, a student who joined the prayers in front of the Prophet Muhammad’s mosque.

“The Prophet Muhammad is a prophet, and we want to celebrate his blessing.

The Prophet Muhammad also said, ‘Peace be on you.'”

The Islamic holidays were commemorated by many Muslim groups across the world, with people from all walks of life visiting the mosque for the holiday.

The first Muslim prayer in Jerusalem was held on July 4, 637 CE, and was followed by several prayers in Jerusalem’s Old Town in 643 CE.

In 2014, the first day of Eid, Muslims gathered at an al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and sang a prayer to honor Allah and the Prophet Mohammed.

Since then, the Muslim community has celebrated various celebrations in Jerusalem, including Eid al Al-Fitra.

According to Muslim scholar Sheikh Ahmed Abu Bakar, Eid al Fath has been observed by Muslims since ancient times.

“Eid al Fatha was an event for the Prophet in which the people came together and prayed to Allah and to their ancestors.

Eid al Fatah is a month of worship for all Muslims.

This is the month of peace.

We celebrate the new month of Eid by joining hands and praising Allah,” Abu Bakab said.

In some ways, Eid was a celebration of the peace between Muslims and Jews, with Jews calling it a “day of joy” and Muslims calling it “Eid of the Lord.”

But in recent years, tensions have risen between Muslims, especially those from the Palestinian territories, who feel that the new Jewish-Israeli government has pushed for more Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

On Friday, the Israeli government called on all Palestinians in the territories to refrain from carrying out prayers.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said that he was saddened that his country would take this step.

“The Palestinian Authority is concerned about the upcoming Eid holiday, and is urging all Palestinian citizens to refrain and refrain from praying,” a statement said.

“We reiterate our call for a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including the creation of an independent state for the Palestinian people, which will be based on the 1967 borders,” the statement continued.

In a Facebook post, Palestinian President Abbas condemned the government’s decision, calling on all Muslims to pray for peace and prosperity.

“It is an honor to stand before the Prophet and the Prophets of the Muslims.

Our duty is to unite and work for peace, not to seek conflict.

We cannot tolerate anyone trying to break the peace,” he wrote.