DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — Activists circulated photos and videos on social media of the massive turnout at the Arafat Day sermon at Namira Mosque, which was delivered by Muhammad Al-Issa, the Secretary-General of the Muslim World. League, president of the Muslim Scholars Association, which sparked a connection.
The sight of pilgrims at Namira Mosque after the boycott call confirms that everyone is tired of being led behind hired beards who call extremism and deviance from society! Glory to those whose efforts were “disastrous to them,” they provided a living example of their lack of influence and their supporters weightless illusory calculations. https://t.co/6Tg4Ytrvwj
Activists highlighted images of numerous worshipers after the “boycott calls”, where the owner of Salman bin Hathl’s account posted the images in a tweet, in which he said: “The visuals of pilgrims at Namira Mosque after the boycott are reassuring that everyone is tired of being led behind those hired beards who call for extremism. and defection from the group! Glory to those who make their efforts ‘scourge upon them’! Influence and those who support them are weightless illusory accounts.”
Summarizing the discourse is the guidance of the Prophet, of course your reference, vet in moghadam, you are not prevented by the number of security forces, religion, mosques, lives because you are terrorists. Otherwise you will be satisfied https://t.co/0d7RzoCEgW
Regarding the number of security elements during Arafa’s sermons and its association with the person of Muhammad al-Isa, activists circulated images of Arafa sermons in previous years, highlighting that this was a routine security measure.
I swear to God what is the matter of Muslims who have nothing to do with Islam and Islam because they are trying to spoil the Hajj duty by inciting treason, lying, fraud and falsehood. Rumors that they were circulating a few days ago? https://t.co/hppp6V8h9N
The appointment of the Secretary General of the Muslim World League as the Arafa Day preacher in Saudi Arabia has sparked widespread reactions on Twitter, with many tweeters hailing the choice of a “centrist” preacher to address the public. Religious occasion, some went on to criticize this choice.
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