They will all go to heaven and the rest have to fetch for themselves, individually since they are not part of the holy Ummah. No?
Curious if Saudi officials (or any other “muslim” leaders: looking at you Bahrain) are attending haj this year and asking god to forgive them for the murders they have condoned and ordered? And then…after being “absolved and forgiven” whether they will return to their “thrones” and order some more?
You ain’t seeing nothing yet. With Naif next to the throne ans Salman defense minister, Saud Arabia, the region in the world will be in for unforgettable treat. The two men are the most hostel to women, religious minorities, human rights activists and democratic reformers. They arr staunch supporters of their well-known religious extremist and by extension like minded all over the world. This is all coming at a time when Arabs are paying the ultimate price to attain their basic natural, divine and human rights.
interesting thoughts, Coolred!
‘This is all coming at a time when Arabs are paying the ultimate price to attain their basic natural, divine and human rights.’
Well, then, I guess MORE will have to pay the ultimate price again. I’m not going to sit back and feel sorry for them. They have witnessed how regimes can be taken down. They can do the same or not. It’s up to them (just like women driving) and it’s not MY problem, right?
EID MUBARAK TO ALL MUSLIMS !!
Eid Mubarak to all the people around the world as Islam is the relegion for the whole humanity…..
MAKKAH — The world needs the vision and guidance of Islam and Muslims should work hard to make sure this happens, said King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, at a conference being held here entitled “Da’wa – present and future”. The King said Muslims should actively review how effectively they are carrying the message of Islam to the rest of the world. Muslims should also ensure they are interacting properly amongst themselves and with the rest of the world, he said. The King’s comments came in a speech read on his behalf by Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Emir of Makkah region, at the inauguration of the 12th Makkah Conference here, Monday.
It is being organized by the Muslim World League (MWL) in the presence of Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Aal Al-Sheikh, Grand Mufti of the Kingdom and Chairman of the Board of Senior Ulema and Religious Research and Ifta Administration. “Islam is a universal message for all mankind until the Day of Resurrection. The Muslim Ummah has a responsibility to call people to Islam through its Da’wa work around the globe,” King Abdullah said. He said the conference is being held at a time when millions of pilgrims from all over the world are gathering in Makkah for Haj. He said the Kingdom is making every effort to ensure pilgrims have a successful and secure Haj.
The King added that human beings are currently suffering from a spiritual emptiness, despite their tremendous material and technological advancements.
People have no direction and are rebelling against their inner selves. Only Islam’s mercy, light and guidance can provide people with a way forward in life and toward the Hereafter. Islam, with its comprehensive divine values and a balanced view of life, is alone capable of rescuing humankind from its current behavioral predicament while safeguarding its material gains and wishes, King Abdullah said. The King stressed that Muslims must work hard to show how Islam can provide leadership for the world. He added that the Kingdom is doing a great deal to serve Islam. — SG/SPA