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Al Haramain Watch: The Saudi Administration doesn’t care about spreading the Islamic Awareness about Suicide at the Holy Mosques and Receives pilgrims with Pictures and Posters Supporting the Government


Al Haramain Watch: The Saudi Administration doesn’t care about spreading the Islamic Awareness about Suicide at the Holy Mosques and Receives pilgrims with Pictures and Posters Supporting the Government
Saudi Arabia is working day and night to spread the visions and policies of the Kingdom among pilgrims through posters and media publications both at the airport and in hotels and streets. The Islamic platforms in the two holy mosques are also used for the same purpose and neglect the dissemination of the teachings of Islam and the implementation of real Islamic awareness programs among pilgrims in the two holy mosques, whether at the airport or in the Islamic platforms to stop the suicide in the two holy mosques. Al Haramain Watch said that the Iraqi pilgrim Hussein Mohammed al-Haidari, 43, a native of Nahrawan province in Baghdad, committed suicide at the Makkah shrine by jumping in the ritual bath of the Grand Mosque and died as a result. Al Haramain Watch added that al-Haidari had attended the Hajj with his mother.
Al Haramain Watch explained that this is not the first time that a person commits suicide in this way in Mecca, where a man committed suicide in May, a French man committed suicide in the same place in the same way, and said that there are a number of Muslims in East Asia believe that the death in Mecca is a matter that man get close to his Lord. In its statement, the Commission condemned the failure of the Saudi administration to achieve the lowest standards of security and safety in Makkah, although this is not the first time.
Al Haramain Watch said that the current Saudi administration should maintain high walls so that it cannot be easily climbed. The Saudi administration should also carry out many awareness campaigns on the sanctity of suicide and convince pilgrims and visitors from the beginning of their entry into the Holy Land all the way.
The Commission called for the establishment of an independent committee of inquiry specialized in security and safety rules to investigate incidents in the two holy mosques in Saudi Arabia and to provide a detailed report on the reasons for the purpose of providing solutions to address these mistakes and preserve the lives of Muslims and prevent the recurrence of such incidents. It also called to involve governments and Islamic institutions in the administration of the two holy mosques in order to achieve maximum security and safety procedures, after the failure of the Saudi authorities to manage the holy sites in Saudi Arabia.
Al Haramain Watch aims to ensure that Saudi Arabia manages the two holy mosques and Islamic sites in a proper manner that preserves the past and the present image of Islam. The commission will apply this aim by advising Riyadh through an Islamic advisory board, engaging Muslim countries in managing the holy rituals, and stopping the obliteration of Islamic identity in Mecca and Medina, which is carried out by Saudi Arabia through the unlimited urban expansion that destroyed many of these sites and eliminated the Islamic presence in them. The commission will also prevent the Saudi Arabia singling out the decision over the holy rituals, which may affect the safety of pilgrims and Umrah. It also aims to prevent the unconvincing closure of rituals such as visiting dignitaries or celebrities or guests of Saudi Arabia. In addition, it will monitor any violation of Saudi Arabia to any pilgrim during his visit to the holy sites. Finally, it will ensure a fair distribution of Hajj and Umrah quotas on Muslim countries without any favouritism or mediation.
The International Commission to Watch Saudi Administration of Muslim places “Al Haramain Watch” is a global organization that monitors the ways and means of Saudi Arabia’s administration of the holy sites in Mecca and Medina, especially the Haramain, including the Islamic historical sites in the Kingdom. The Commission’s work is based on an Islamic reference, and is keen on the interests of Muslims from the ocean to the Gulf and all areas of Islamic presence.



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