AnsarAllah Political Bureau: the decision to prevent Hajj unfair, unjust
Saudi Arabia’s decision to prevent pilgrims from outside its borders is unjust and unfair, pushing people away from the Sacred House of Allah, the Political Bureau of AnsarAllah considered on Wednesday.
The pretexts for prevention are weak and not objective, since Hajj does not belong to the Saudi regime alone, but is an issue that concerns all Muslims and is one of the pillars of Islam, the Bureau stressed.
The decision to prevent receiving pilgrims of the holy places from outside Saudi Arabia under the pretext of preventing the spread of the Corona pandemic is a very poor decision as it forbids all pilgrims and restricts only about a thousand under the pretext of ensuring their safety, noting the possibility of the Saudi regime is to take the necessary preventive measures and coordinate with Islamic countries in arranging the Hajj season, the statement described.
The statement said, ” the dangerous move under the pretext of raising one’s soul is one of the most important purposes of Shariah is a matter of undisputed but the brutal nature of the Saudi regime overlooks that argument and its bloody behavior in its aggressive war against Yemen is a living testimony that the issue of raising the human soul is not in the dictionary of the Saudi regime.
The office expressed its deep regret over preventing Muslims from performing the Hajj pilgrimage, warning the consequences of keeping silent about it; It called on the Islamic world to loudly raise its voice and put the Saudi regime under accountability for preventing the Hajj pilgrimage, which is a right guaranteed to every Muslim.