India insults Muslims
O Messenger of God, Modi... a hashtag trended in all Arab countries in response to a tweet published by an Indian official that was offensive to the Messenger Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace.
An Indian spokesman published an insulting tweet to the Messenger of God, Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace. The tweet on his official Twitter account stated the reason for the Prophet Muhammad’s marriage to Mrs. Aisha, who was not ten years old at the time. Muslims considered that what the Indian official said crossed red lines.
Tension escalated in India following tweets insulting to the Prophet Muhammad, as many saw it as a clear attack on the Prophet Muhammad. Arab and Islamic countries denounced the offensive statements, including the Sultanate of Oman, Qatar, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. Kuwait demanded a public apology and submitted an official note of protest in which it expressed its categorical rejection. It denounced the offensive statements of the Noble Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, and of Islam and Muslims.
Yesterday, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its denunciation and denunciation of the statements issued by the spokeswoman for the Indian Bharatiya Janat Party, insulting the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, stressing its permanent refusal to harm the symbols of the Islamic religion, and it also refuses to harm all religious figures and symbols.
On Sunday, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Indian ambassador to the country, Deepak Mittal, and handed him an official memorandum, in which it expressed its disappointment, complete rejection and denunciation of the statements made by an official in the ruling party in India, against the Messenger of God, the Prophet Muhammad, Islam and Muslims.
According to Qatar News Agency, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Sultan bin Saad Al-Muraikhi, handed over the memorandum to the Indian ambassador.
Qatar welcomed the statement issued by the ruling party in India, in which it announced the suspension of the official from practicing his activities due to his statements that angered Muslims around the world.
She explained that she had confirmed in her protest note her expectation of a public apology and immediate condemnation of these statements by the Government of India, pointing out that allowing such anti-Islamic statements to continue without punishment constitutes a serious danger to the protection of human rights and may lead to further bias and marginalization, which will lead to... A cycle of violence and hatred.
The memorandum indicated that more than two billion Muslims in the world follow the guidance of the Prophet Muhammad and his life, which was a message of peace, understanding and tolerance, and they consider it to be the light that Muslims around the world emulate.
Qatar stressed that these insulting statements that incite religious hatred are an insult to Muslims around the world, and indicate clear ignorance of the pivotal role that Islam has played in the development of civilizations around the world, including in India.
Qatar renewed its full support for the values of tolerance, coexistence, and respect for all religions and nationalities, as these values characterize Qatar’s global friendships and its tireless work to contribute to consolidating international peace and security.
And on the other hand
Indian media, including the Hindustan Times website, reported that the spokesman for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in India, Nupur Sharma, made insulting comments about the Prophet Muhammad during a television show.
After this was stated by the spokesman for the ruling party in India, many social media pioneers shared a tweet by the Indian billionaire, political activist and former member of parliament, Naveen Jindal, which insulted the Prophet Muhammad and accused him of rape.
But the ruling party commented and said: “We respect all religions and reject insulting any religion or belief.”
Activists say that Sharma has a history of racism, persecution of religions, and offending the feelings of believers, and the Indian Prime Minister must take action against him and his court.
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