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SHOCK as Israeli Firm Reportedly Turns Mosque Into Nightclub

© AFP 2021 / YURI CORTEZA general view taken 11 January 2005 shows a Palestinian mosque which was turned into an art gallery by Orthodox Jews in the Galilee town of Safed where the newly elected Palestinian president, Mahmud Abbas, was born in1935
A general view taken 11 January 2005 shows a Palestinian mosque which was turned into an art gallery by Orthodox Jews in the Galilee town of Safed where the newly elected Palestinian president, Mahmud Abbas, was born in1935 - Sputnik International
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After its redevelopment, the former Al Ahmar (Red) Mosque received a new name, Khan Al Ahmar, in a move to distract attention from its significance to Muslims, the Palestinian online outlet The News stated.

Many Palestinians are up in arms that a historic 13th-century mosque in Palestine's Safad district is now being used as 'a nightclub'; an Israeli company linked to the local officials created a wedding hall inside the building, according to the News. 

Commenting on the transformation, Khair Tabari, secretary of the Palestinian Islamic endowment agency, said, as quoted by the Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper, that she was "shocked" and encountered "aspects of sabotage inside the mosque."

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Since the creation of Israel in 1948, the Al Ahmar (Red) Mosque has been subject to several acts of "desecration", the Palestinian online outlet The News stated.

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