Iranian jurisprudent raps Riyadh over funding Wahhabism
Prominent Iranian cleric referred to the recent Pakistan trip by Saudi crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, denouncing Riyadh for heavily funding expansion of Wahhabism in the world.
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Ayatollah Hussein Noori Hamedani, senior Shia jurisprudent referred to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman visit to Pakistan calling the Saudi official tour of some regional countries as another endeavor in line with expansion of Wahhabism in the world, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He said,” Mohammad bin Salman intends to keep Pakistan and expand Wahhabism in the world following its three other visits to Malaysia, India and Indonesia.”
The cleric referred to public protests to Saudi Crown Prince recent visits and referred to multi-billion dollar fund given to Pakistan which settled the protests.
Ayatollah Noori Hamedani counted greed for money and power as origin for current corruption in the world and said,” Pakistan has kind Muslim nation though Saudi Arabia has won their support as over 10’000 Pakistani nationals are serving in Saudi palaces.”
Saudi Crown Prince was warmly welcome by Pakistan’s Imran Khan who personally drove the Mohammad bin Salman to Noor Khan Airbase.