The Elia Club of the Student Activities Department at Qatar University (QU) held an event entitled (A pledge to us as long as we live) hosted by a number of specialists and activists on social media. Which included Dr. Majid Al-Ansari, Professor of Political Sociology at Qatar University, and Dr. Mukhles Barzak, A Researcher specializing in Jerusalem knowledge Dr. Abdullah Maarouf is a researcher and specialist in the sciences of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, Professor Moaz Al-Khatib is a media activist, the journalist Muhammad Abu Taha, the journalist Saleh Zaghari, and the vocalist Muhammad Kendo.

The event was held remotely, via the club’s page on the Instagram platform, and the event was presented by Professor Ali Al-Qawasmi, an activist in Jerusalem work from the Youth League for Al-Quds in Qatar.

The event aimed to talk about the developments of the current situation in Palestine, the repercussions of the current stage, and the required role in the next stage. The event also aimed to address the student community and make it aware of the events that took place and are still taking place in Palestine, and to clarify how to continue to interact and work for this just cause, and to express the solidarity of Qatar University students and their interaction with the events taking place in Palestine.

At the beginning, Professor Moaz Al-Khatib talked about the policies of the occupation’s procrastination, the issue of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and Silwan neighborhood, whether it is a political or legal issue, and the level of risk of Judaization that threatens the city of Jerusalem and its suburbs (Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, Silwan), in addition to the losses of Israel from its recent aggression against Gaza and its impact.

In turn, Professor Salih Zaghari explained the Zionist enemy’s method of using digital execution, the importance and impact of social media and the impact of international public opinion.

For his part, Dr. Mukhles Barzeq spoke about the concerns of the people of the interior, Gaza and Jerusalem after the victory of Gaza, the upcoming intention and the possibility of escalations in the next stage, and about the confusion and randomness of the occupation and arbitrary arrests, and its effects on the Zionist project.
On the other hand, Dr. Abdullah Maarouf talked about the fall of Netanyahu and the repercussions of the event and the effects that may have on the occupying state and the meaning of establishing a mixed government (leftists, rightists and centres), explaining who the left are, right and center groups and the difference between them.
Meanwhile, media activist Muhammad Abu Taha talked about the situation after the war on Gaza and the current situation in the Strip.

Dr. Majid Al-Ansari spoke about the opinion in the West and the changes in dealing with the Palestinian issue and whether we benefit from conveying the message to them, where we are from the liberation project, and how to continue with practical steps to participate in the liberation of Palestine.