Global campaign to prevent politicization of holy feelings

In New Delhi, rejecting the politicization of the Saudi authorities. For the same purpose, a protest was held outside the Saudi embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Ahmad al-Raysouni, Vice-President of the World Federation of Muslim Scholars, asked Al-Jazeera to complete an annual report on the politicization of Hajj and Umrah, and put these criticisms before Muslim scholars, the media and Islamic public opinion. Participants in the demonstration in New Delhi protested Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and Riyadh’s policy of banning Muslims from performing rituals.
The protesters also raised anti-Saudi banners calling for non-politicization of the pilgrimage, not linking political differences with countries to perform Hajj and Umrah rituals. Protesters also demanded the liberation of Islamic sentiments from the Saudi administration.
In the same context, the International Organization for Supervision of Management of Saudi Arabia organized a protest in front of the Saudi embassy in the Indonesian capital Jakarta to demand the participation of Islamic countries and institutions in the management of the holy feelings.
The participants in the stand condemned the Saudi administration for the two criminals and called it a failure. The protesters held banners against the Saudi crown prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and described him as a dictator who makes a new Islam that deprives Muslims of their guaranteed rights.
The protesters also raised anti-Saudi banners calling for the non-politicization of the pilgrimage, and not to link political differences with countries to perform the rituals of Hajj and Umrah, and to liberate the Islamic feelings from the Saudi administration.


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