The horrifying incidents of child abuse and molestations, the relentless kidnappings, the medical negligence, the food adulterations, the ever growing list of deadly diseases, the chronic illnesses, not to forget the 'unpredictable accidents' (choking, drowning, fractures, head injuries, etc) makes us restless, worried and disturbed, more so for our helpless and innocent children.
سعودی ولی عہد شہزادہ محمد بن سلمان سے متعلق کچھ کنٹروسیز پچھلے کئی ماہ سے میڈیا میں گردش کرتی رہی ہیں،ان کی طرف منسوب بیانات اور باتوں میں سے زیادہ تر بے بنیاد،پروپیگنڈہ اور سیاق و سباق سے ہٹا کر پیش کرنے کے علاوہ کچھ نہیں ہے. چند ماہ پہلے محمد بن سلمان سے متعلق … Continue reading سعودی ولی عہد کا دورہ امریکہ اور میڈیا پروپیگنڈہ
After the crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman described Iran, Muslim Brotherhood and Al-Qaeda/ISIS as the three vertexes of the Evil Triangle; their sponsored media namely al-Jazeera, MiddleEastEye and MiddleEastMonitor and their sympathizers started misquoting MbS. Below is the extract from the interview he had with Goldberg published on http://www.theatlantic.com. Goldberg: Let’s talk about the broader … Continue reading Does Saudi crown prince recognize Israel’s right to exist?
Mohammed bin Salman: Islam is a religion of peace. This is the translation of Islam. God, in Islam, gives us two responsibilities: The first is to believe, to do good things, and not bad things. If we do bad things, God will judge us on Judgment Day. Our second duty as Muslims is to spread the word of God. For 1,400 years, Muslims have been trying to spread the word of God. In the Middle East, in North Africa, in Europe, they weren’t allowed to spread the word. That’s why they fought to spread the word. But you also see that, in a lot of countries in Asia—Indonesia, Malaysia, India—Muslims were free to spread the word. They were told, “Go ahead, say whatever you want to say, the people have free will to believe whatever they want to believe in.” Islam, in this context, was not about conquering, it was about peacefully spreading the word.
Russian based news agency operated by KGB agents has spread the news that Saudi Crown Prince admitted that West demanded the spread of Wahabism during cold-war with Soviet union. The news quotes WashingtonPost, while the original news article never mentions what RT misconstrued. The Crown Prince never used the word Wahabism in any of his … Continue reading Debunked: West demanded spread of Wahabism said Crown Prince
As much as this transitional phase causes concern, we need to acknowledge the fact that even today - the security, the bessings, the prosperity, its religious society, its philanthropic causes and its sacrosanctity - is still better than several other countries around the world, if not superior.
آج کل ہر کوئ سعودی اور انکے عالموں کی جامہ تلاشی کرنے میں جٹا ہے, مگر یہ حق انہیں کس نے دیا ہے اس کا جائزہ کبھی نہیں لیا جاتا. اپنا پیرہن تارتار ہے وہ تو کبھی نظر نہیں آتا مگر دوسروں کا داغدار گریباں خوب نظر آتا ہے, ہر کوئ مصلح اور دانشور کی … Continue reading سعودی حکومت کی جامہ تلاشی
These days, everyone seem to be inspecting and scrutinizing Saudi Arabia and it's esteemed scholars. But who is it that has given them the right to do so, a question that can never be answered. While we continue to ignore our stained and crumpled shirts, yet observe the slightly worn-out collars of others. We all stand enthusiastically in the queue, as commentators, reformers and scholars - judging Saudi Arabia.
The video of a Saudi Imam getting arrested from the pulpit during the Friday sermon has gone viral, giving Saudiphobes a new bashing tool. The descriptions say, 'he was cursing Jews so was he arrested', 'he spoke against Government's corruption so was he arrested', 'he spoke against Government's decision on Cinema, so was he arrested'.
I have seen two extremes. One extreme calls to absolutely stay away from politics, not even to talk about the news concerning Muslims and the trials Muslims face everyday. And the other extreme calls for forming political parties, rallying and speaks out to give them the charge to rectify the affairs of Muslims. However, I have found a balanced Fatwa of Shaykh Albani which shows moderation in taking part in political discussions.
I have Cymophobia and I am not at all comfortable in boating into the deep waters. The thoughts of drowning and eaten up by the Sharks scare me a lot. However, I cannot force my opinion on a professional diver who has spent years in diving and teaching it. I cannot scare him about Sharks and call him ‘arrogant’ for not accepting my opinion based on my personal phobia.
Dr. Murtuza Sahab quotes Shaykh Aiyad ash-Shammari about the exemption of criticizing the Governments who were responsible for creating dissent and sedition, and whose state Media and intelligence were responsible to destabilize the country of Tawheed (Saudi Arabia), and those who have given refuge to perpetrators of protests and seditions. Those Governments who invite these … Continue reading What if Two Muslim countries have conflict?
Question: What is the ruling on buying and selling cryptocurrencies that have recently appeared e.g. Bitcoin? Shaykh Sulaymān Salīmullāh ar-Ruḥāylī Cryptocurrency is a currency that belongs to individuals. It is created by Individuals and so is not subject to any government regulation. It has no value in and of its self and thus is not … Continue reading Bitcoins – Halaal or Haraam: Shaykh Sulayman Ruhayli
Thomas Friedman, an American columnist for The New York Times, said that any talk about Saudi-Israeli rapprochement is stupid, pointing out that Saudi Arabia is not willing to have any kind of relationship with Israel, without returning to the Arab initiative launched by Saudi Arabia in 2002. Speaking during a panel discussion at the annual … Continue reading Saudi and Israel relations debunked