Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Tariq al-Suwaitan, an Islamic preacher whose presence the Muslim Brotherhood considers a presence in the Gulf, has responded to a video clip in which he listed his many “contradictions” over the years.
The video clip was released by the Saudi MBC channel, which said: “The contradictions and unfair abuses of Tariq Al-Suwaydan will not stop.” The pastor responded with a tweet on his official Twitter page: “This is an excerpt from my words and a slander of what malicious people are aiming for. Keep lying, our date is in the hands of God the king of justice. Clear jawed).
Notably, al-Suwaitan recently sparked a wider conversation after he posted a tweet (which he later deleted) in which he said: “The Grand Mosque and Al-Aqsa Mosque are two brothers united by revelation and united by lights. Blessings of Lailatul Qadr.”
Sudan later justified his deletion of the tweet: “Peace be upon you. He gave me some of his good deeds on this blessed night.
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