The government in Saudi Arabia has banned the Sunni Islamic organization Tablighi Jamaat in the country and called it “one of the gates of terrorism”. In order to warn people against Tablighi Jamaat, the government has directed preachers in mosques to give sermons next Friday.
Saudi Arabia bans Tablighi Jamaat, calls it ‘one of the gates of terrorism’ and ‘danger to society’
The government has directed the preachers in the mosques to tell the people about the major mistakes of the Tablighi Jamaat. “1- Declaration of misguidedness, deviance and danger of this group, and that it is one of the gates of terrorism, even if they claim otherwise. 2- Mention their most prominent mistakes,” the ministry tweeted.
The Saudi government has also asked the preachers of mosques to inform people that affiliation with partisan groups (Tablighi and Dawa groups) is prohibited in Saudi Arabia. “3- Mention their danger to society. 4- Statement that affiliation with partisan groups including (Tablighi and Dawa groups) is prohibited in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” the ministry said.