There should be a heavy clampdown on those preaching extremist ideologies and trying to convince young people to join terrorist groups, according to several scholars and intellectuals.
The Council of Senior Scholars described the crime of the twins, who killed their mother and wounded their father and brother in the Hamra neighborhood, as dreadful, urging all citizens to pay attention to the seriousness of the malignant takfiri ideology, headed by the notorious terrorist group Daesh.
The gruesome act committed in Riyadh by twin brothers linked to Daesh (the so-called IS) shows the intensity of brainwashing of children by the terror outfit so much so that they don’t even hesitate to kill their own family members, said Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, grand mufti and chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars.
The participants of a counterterrorism forum that concluded here on Thursday lauded the big role being played by the Kingdom in fighting terrorism.
These criminal acts are deceits of the enemies of Islam who target Muslim states to carry out their evil designs. Shedding the blood of Muslims in an unjust manner is aggression and terrorism…
Source: Saudi Gazette Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti on Sunday called on all citizens and residents to cooperate with security men by reporting “miscreants who cause bloodshed and destruction on earth without any right.” Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah Al-Asheikh said reporting such saboteurs is among the good deeds that help establish stability and peace for the […]
Terrorists who kill innocent people inside mosques and at public places betray their homeland through inhuman acts, the Council of senior Scholars has said.
Reference: Asharq al-Awsat Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Abdullah Al-Asheikh endorsed the execution of 47 terrorists across the Kingdom on Saturday, stressing that the fulfillment of the execution orders against the convicted terrorists meets the stringent provisions of Islamic Sharia law and safeguards Saudi national security and highlighting the independency of the Saudi judicial law. […]