The Yemeni Scholars Association strongly condemns Saudi Arabia’s ban on Hajj for the second year in a row
The Yemeni Scholars Association has strongly condemned the Saudi authorities’ ban on the Hajj pilgrimage to expatriates outside the Kingdom for the second year in a row.
In a statement, the Association said: We stood before the decision of the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah of the unjust Saudi regime, which for the second year in a row announced to ban on performing Hajj for those coming from outside the Kingdom.
The statement stressed that “this decision is condemned and rejected, and it suffices as a witness and evidence of the deviation and immorality of the Saudi regime and the fall of its mandate over the Grand Mosque.”
The statement pointed out that silence on the unjust practices of the Saudi regime, and ignoring its suspicious decisions that identify with Zionist goals and projects, is a crime and an evil that bring punishment and divine retribution.
“If Saudi Arabia is keen on people’s lives and comfort, why does it restrict the sounds of mosques while allowing the sounds of nightclubs?”
The statement added that the Saudi regime claims in its decisions to care about people’s lives, so how does it allow gatherings in places of entertainment and play and prevent them during Hajj.