Divine curse: Saudi top takfiri wahhabi cleric unable to deliver annual sermon

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Saudi Arab
Sunday, 11 September 2016


Saudi Arabia's top Wahhabi cleric will not deliver a traditional Hajj sermon to pilgrims for the first time in 35 years. His health deteriorated after his takfiri edict against Iranian Muslims that is being considered as a divine curse upon him due to his anti-Islam decree (fatwa) he issued to please Zionists-allied Saudi monarchy. 

 

The speech from Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh, the grand mufti, marks the peak of the Muslim pilgrimage, which this year falls on Sunday.

A Saudi newspaper said the decision was "due to health reasons".

It follows controversy sparked by his remarks that Iranians were "not Muslims". Non-Wahhabi Sunni Muslims have turned down takfiri fatwa against Iranian Muslims and praised Iranians for their efforts to strengthen the unity among Muslims.  

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The speech from Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh, the grand mufti, marks the peak of the Muslim pilgrimage, which this year falls on Sunday.

A Saudi newspaper said the decision was "due to health reasons".

It follows controversy sparked by his remarks that Iranians were "not Muslims". Non-Wahhabi Sunni Muslims have turned down takfiri fatwa against Iranian Muslims and praised Iranians for their efforts to strengthen the unity among Muslims.  

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