A mufti from Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) urged Muslims of Arabia to take up arms and oppose the regime of oppressors and apostates, who usurped power in Arabia, and to free the people from the oppression of tyrants.
A video message of Sheikh Ibrahim ar-Rubaish was Portals has been posted YouTube. According to the channel Al Arabiya, the AQAP mufti called to set free all prisoners suffering in Saudi prisons without charge or trial, reports UmmaNews.
"I praise Allah that He set them free and I ask that He lets them and us be obedient to His name", Sheikh ar-Rubaish said quoted by the media.
"My will for them is that they don't stop taking actions after they are released from prison, but instead, they go on defending and fighting for their cause", said the mufti of AQAP.
"People are now sympathizing with the case of the detainees. I call them to use that sympathy to alert people to reality of the government and incite them to fight for the sake of God's name and become His messengers", said Sheikh ar-Rubaish.
As noted by Al Arabiya, a short time after posting this video on YouTube, the administration of the American portal removed the video saying it "violated the terms and conditions of the site".
It is to be recalled that the mentioned video service, owned by Google, periodically removes video materials unwanted by the governments of the Russia and the US. Therefore, proclaiming the messages of AQAP mufti a "thoughtcrime" clearly indicates which side the Saidi regime took in the global war between Islam and infidelity.
It is to be recalled the other day, hundreds of Muslims came to the demonstrations in the Arabian city of Bureida to demand the release of their relatives, unjustly imprisoned by the Saudi regime.
Activists announced Feb. 28 as a day of action in front of the Saudi "bureau of investigation and prosecution" in Bureida. Sources indicate that the number of protesters continued to increase. They raised banners against illegal and indiscriminate arrests, and actions of Muhammad bin Nayef, the ringleader of Saudi Interior Ministry, who uses so-called "anti-terror" laws to suppress the will of the people.
A son of activist Reema al-Joresh reported that Saudi apostates demanded from his mother to remove her clothes (hijab) for "check-out", but when the woman refused, she was beaten and tortured. The Muslim woman was taken to hospital with broken limbs and neck.
Currently, there are about 30,000 prisoners detained without trial, on trumped-up charges in Saudi Arabia's prisons.
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