Hypocrisy of Saudi regime against Syria, Muslims and Islam
30 May 2012, 20:43
The Saudi regime persecutes Sheikh Mohammad al-Arefe for helping Muslims in Syria.
A hidden hatred of the House of Saud towards Islam and Muslims continues to manifest itself clearly in the events that are currently happening in Islamic Ummah.
Rise of Syrian Muslims once again exposed the true face of the American Saudi puppets. While in the international arena (of course, with the permission of the US) the Saudis have expressed "condemnation" of the massacre of Muslims committed by Alawite regime, the Saudi authorities allow to pass through a port in Jeddah, Iranian warships and helicopters with weapons for Assad, not publically showing this, writes UmmaNews.
Obviously, the House of Saud is not concerned about the massacre of Muslims, but is much more concerned about the regime's favor from the US and the security of its borders in connection with the "threat" of hotbeds of Jihad.
Another incident connected with the events in Syria, once again revealed the hypocrisy and duplicity of the Saudi regime.
The famous Arabian preacher, Sheikh Mohammad Al-Arefe, after a few lectures and sermons on the theme of revolt in Syria organized a fundraiser for the Syrian Muslims.
After that, as Sheikh Al-Arefe said himself in his twitter account, he began to be persecuted by the Saudi authorities.
This week, the Sheikh was summoned to the Department of Security in Al-Riyadh. During the interrogation, intelligence agencies were interested from the Sheik the purpose for which he collecting money for the Syrian Muslims, to which Sheikh, in particular, said:
"We have formed a committee, because people are looking for ways to send aid to Syria and the government is doing nothing. The number of charitable aid secretly collecting grew, and we do not know about the reliability of these people, that is why we have established a committee''.
"We formed a committee, because the government first approved to support Free Syrian Army, and the Mufti issued a fatwa on this, but then assistance was suspended", said Sheikh Al-Arefe.
It is to be noted from our side that the Saudi Mufti Abdul-Azeez ibn Abdullaah Aal ash-Sheikh issues only such fatwas that suit the ruling regime. It is to be recalled also that ash-Sheikh, along with other ruling Sheikhs, regularly visit court palaces of Saudi ringleaders, though he is aware that it is prohibited by Sharia.
According to Sheikh Al-Arefe, during interrogation, puppets called him "Kharijite" for "disobeying the ruler":
"The investigator said: "You are Kharijite". I replied: "On the contrary, we are trusted people, our Aqidah is known, and our Aqidah is allowed to be taught everywhere". He said: "But you collect money without the permission of the ruler!".
"I told the investigator: "Rafidites-safavitess send humus (fifth) of their assets - millions into Kum (rafidite center in Iran) and Najaf (rafidite center in in Iraq) for support of Bashar and training forces, that are sent to him. And when we started to raise money, we became Kharijites!", said Sheikh Al-Arefe.
According to him, the stage, when Sheikhs were on TV and cried, making prayers for Syrian Muslims, have passed, and now we need to take action:
"I told the investigator: Statements in the media and sheikhs crying on TV - this stage has passed, now is the time to raise money for the Mujahideen to protect their religion and honor", emphasized Sheikh Al-Arefe.
"I told the investigator: If we do not support the Mujahideen in Syria with our means so they can win... then Bashar and Iranian rafidites will attack us, and today they are already looking for your baby's head, to tear it away ..."
Nevertheless, the preaching by Sheikh Al-Arefe did not have any effect on Saudi investigator. After the interrogation for two hours, he was forced to sign a paper promising to no longer collect financial support for the Syrian Muslims:
"I just came out of department of (intelligence) of Ar-Riyadh, stayed there for two hours, then signed (by force) the paper that I vow not to collect donations for Syria", tweeted Sheikh al-Arefe.