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Wahhabi infidel clerics issued a statement against Shiite Muslims

jos_opposesalafi-300x225 The Saudi regime-backed wahabi’s religious establishment issued a strongly worded statement signed by 41 extreme infidels Wahhabi’s clerics advocating the abuse statement of wahabi infidel cleric Sheikh al-Arifi.   The statement which appeared on the extreme Islamic Web site of infidel wahabi’s (almoslim.net)  which is run by the extreme Wahabi infidel Sheikh Nasser bin Suleiman Al-Omer was issued to stand by Sheikh Mohammad al-Arifi who has launched in a Friday sermon in the Saudi capital Riyadh statement an attack on Iraq based reverd Shiite Muslims religious personaility Ayatuallh Syed Ali Sistani, accusing them of being “majousiya” and of conspiring with the Houthis in Yemen , against Saudi Arabia (kingdom of infidels saudi’s). He has accused the Iraq based reverd shiite Grand Ayatollah Ali Hussein al-Sistani, one of the main current figures of Shiite Islam , an “atheist and debauched.” Among the prominent signatures of the statement Sheikh ‘Abdul-Rahman bin Nasir al-Barrak (former professor at Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University, Sheikh Nasser bin Suleiman Al-Omer ( Saudi professor runs the Islamic internet website “almoslim.net” , Sheikh ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abdullah al-Zayed (former president of the Islamic University of Medina) and Sheikh ‘Abdullah bin Hamoud al-Tuweijri (former head of the Sunna Department at the Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University) . The statement described Shiite as ” rejectionists” and “infidels” , and called them to repent.In their biased and unislamic statement the infidel wahabi clerics charged the fales allegations on Shiite beliefs to provoke the hatred among the Muslims. It may be noted here that these biased infidels wahabi’s had not issued any decree against Zionist regime and America over their conspiracies against innocent Palestinian Muslims and Muslims of the world

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