Muslim organisation hold a protest against the Visit of Saudi Crown prince Bin Salman

protest against Bin Salman

New Delhi. All India Tanzeem Ulema Islam (An Apex body of Sunni Scholars) organized a massive protest and demonstration against the visit of Saudi Crown prince Muhammad Bin Salman here in Capital.

Mufti Ashfaq Husain Quadri, President of the Tanzeem said that how we can welcome a man who is responsible for killing of thousands of children in Yemen and region. We as Indian Muslim are very deep concern about the crown prince visit to India because everyone knows the real face of Saudi Arabia and Al Saud Family, who is responsible for extremism and terrorism.

protest against Bin Salman

Mufti said that military occupation of Yemen by Saudi Arabia Emirates must be end. The Saudi occupation betrayed the Yemenis and sold them out and now continuously exploiting the people of Yemen, he added

protest against Bin Salman

Lasting on Hajj Policy mufti Said that for more than 14 centuries, Hajj has been a sacred religious ritual that unites more than two million Muslims, in spite of their sectarian and political differences. Now Saudi governments have attempted to exploit this symbolic gathering to score political points. Mufti said that It is unholy and Un-Islamic to use holy places for the political motives. You see how they are banning the different citizen across the globe on the politic spite while Haj belongs to Islam not to Al-Sauds. “Saudi Arabia had let political rows with several countries – Qatar, Syria, Iran and Yemen, among others – influence its Hajj regulations” He added

protest against Bin Salman

Maulana Mazhar Imam Rabbani said that the dictatorship of Saudi Arabia’s Bin Salman the world’s most cruel dictator, and the cruel dictator is talking about democracy in Yemen, this is the biggest joke of the century. He criticized the Saudi-led military coalition, which includes the United Arab Emirates, for launching “indiscriminate and disproportionate” aerial and ground campaigns. The Saudi-led coalition has also enforced an on-again, off-again blockade to prevent aid and commercial goods from entering the country.

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