Yemeni scholars rap Saudi Arabia over permitting Jewish journalist to Hajj
Yemeni association of scholars has issued a statement to stress Al-Saud incapability for management of the annual Hajj pilgrimage following issue of permission for an Israeli Jewish journalist to the Islamic ceremony.
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The association of Yemeni clerics has called on Ansarullah resistance movement and different political groups to hold meeting and discuss removal of Al-Saud as manager of Hajj following controversial permission issued for an Israeli Jewish journalist to Hajj ceremony which is already banned for many Muslims, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Different Muslim groups have reportedly voiced anger at the green light for a Jewish journalist to enter the holy city of Mecca during Hajj pilgrimage stressing that Al-Saud is incapable of managing the holy mosques and that it should turn into a rotatory international program.
The association of Yemeni clerics in its statement stressed.” It is a responsibility upon Muslim scholars to follow Islamic principle “forbid the evil” which has in fact been carried out by Al-Saud in inviting Jewish rabbis and Israeli television journalists to the holy mosque.”
Yemeni association also called on scholars across the world of Islam to voice their objection with al-Saud behaviors and efforts for normalization of relations with Israeli regime.
It called entrance of the Jewish citizens to the Islamic holy sites as a clear violation of Islamic and Qur’anic laws.
Yemeni scholars urged for international conferences to approve Saudi Arabia’s incapability for management of the holy mosques and that it should turn into a rotatory international program.