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11 Zil Hajj 1439
23 August 2018


Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“The noblest Jihad is to proclaim the Truth  to a tyrannical ruler.”

On the basis of this command of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam),  Sheikh Saleh Talib, an Imaam of Baitullah Shareef, and  the Qaadhi of Makkah Mukarramah, in his Khutbah criticized intermingling of sexes and the rising tide of immorality in Saudi Arabia.  For proclaiming this Haqq, he was promptly arrested and is being detained by the kuffaar  regime.

The desperate attempts of the current kuffaar rulers to  extinguish the Deen and to totally westernize and kufrize the Holy Land of Arabia signal the doom of the Saudi Najdi regime. Gagging and imprisoning the Ulama-e-Haqq – those  Ulama who proclaim the Haqq and condemn the  bootlicking of the rulers, will not avail. Trump  and Israel whom  the Najdi kaafir king is wooing and bootlicking  will not be able to save  him when the Wrath of Allah Azza Wa Jal strikes.

It is also imperative for Muslims to understand that the kaafir king is in reality the reflection of the vast majority of the Saudi population. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Your deeds are your rulers.” Allah Ta’ala has saddled  the Holy Land of Arabia with a kaafir king because  its people are kuffaar masquerading as Muslims. Their performance of mock ‘salaat’ and  other  ostensible Islamic rites does not negate  their kufr status. Hadhrat Abdullah Bin Amr (Radhiyallahu anhu) said:

“There will dawn on the people an age when they will assemble in their Musaajid and perform Salaat whilst not a single one among them will be a Mu’min.”

Outwardly they will be ‘Muslim’, but their hearts will be bereft of Imaan.

It is at least heartening that there are still Ulama-e-Haqq in  Arabia who are proclaiming  the Haqq in obedience to  the command of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam): “Proclaim the Haqq  even though it is bitter.”

Zulm (oppression/injustice) signals the demise of the regime. The Mashaaikh say: “A power can endure with kufr, but not with zulm.” The writing is on the wall for the  Divine Destruction of the kufr  Najdi regime of Arabia. But, along with the impending destruction of the kuffaar regime, the kuffaar populace too will  suffer horrendously for  its  flagrant and gross transgression and rebellion against Allah Ta’ala.

Reporting the arrest of  Shaikh Saleh Talib, Al Jazeera News states:


Sheikh Saleh al-Talib arrested after delivering sermon on duty in Islam to speak out against evil in public, group says.

Saudi Arabia has detained a prominent imam and preacher at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, activists said, after he reportedly delivered a sermon criticising mixed public gatherings.

The social media advocacy group Prisoners of Conscience, which monitors and documents arrests of Saudi preachers and religious scholars, said on Sunday that Sheikh Saleh al-Talib was arrested after he delivered a sermon on the duty in Islam to speak out against evil in public.

Khaleej Online reported that in his sermon, Talib, who also serves as a judge in Mecca, derided the mixing of unrelated men and women at concerts and other mixed entertainment events.

While there was no direct criticism of the Saudi royal family in his speech, the kingdom has in recent months relaxed laws on female attendance at public events.

Saudi Arabia has yet to issue an official statement on the issue.

Hours after his reported arrest, both of al-Talib's Engish and Arabic Twitter accounts were deactivated.

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Yahya Assiri, a UK-based Saudi human rights activist, said the kingdom's "authorities are looking at everyone that's influential and has a presence on the scene".

He added: "Even those that have kept quiet or pledged allegiance to the state, even those that have been drumming up the authorities and their initiatives, even these are not safe."

Wave of arrests

Since Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS, became the Saudi crown prince in June 2017, dozens of imams, women's rights activists and members of the ruling royal family have been detained.

Among those arrested are prominent Islamic preachers Salman al-Awdah, Awad al-Qarni, Farhan al-Malki, Mostafa Hassan and Safar al-Hawali.

Al-Awdah and al-Qarni, who have millions of followers on social media, were arrested last September and accused of having links to the Muslim Brotherhood, a group Saudi Arabia blacklisted as a "terror organisation".

Meanwhile, al-Hawali, 68, was detained after he published a 3,000-page book attacking bin Salman and the ruling family over their ties to Israel, calling it a "betrayal".

Earlier this year, bin Salman softened the kingdom's stance on Israel, telling the US-based Atlantic magazine that Israelis "have the right to their own land" and "there are a lot of interests we [Saudi Arabia] share with Israel."

In March, Riyadh granted India's national carrier permission to use its airspace to operate a direct flight between New Delhi and Tel Aviv.

SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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