SAUDI CLERIC ENDORSES ANWAR
Radical Wahhabi Saudi Cleric, Dr. Saad Al Durihim has endorsed Anwar Ibrahim and has blessed his campaign saying:
“the Almighty will forgive him his sins and shower his blessings on him for his missionary zeal against infidels in Malaysia“.
When asked to elaborate on his statement Dr. Saad said that Malaysia was one of those “pure Islamic countries that had its destiny defiled by unrepentant Muslim diversionists and apostates parading as Muslims whilst people like Anwar Ibrahim had the courage to repent and to put Malaysia back on its path to Islam and righteousness”. “Anwar is not in charge. He is a vessel of the almighty and his path is being guided by the almighty”.
Asked if the Saudi government or any of its institutions would assist a Pakatan government under Anwar Ibrahim his response was equally clear.
“Saudi Arabia and all Muslim believers have shown in the past that with the blessings of the almighty, the righteous have no fear”.
“In Afghanistan” he continued “we brought an end to the mightiest military power in the world, the Soviets. Do you think we could not change the course of Malaysia’s politics from its immoral path to one of its true destiny?”.
When asked when it was he last had any contact with Anwar Ibrahim he responded thus:
“Whether or not brother Anwar Ibrahim is in touch with us or has been in touch with is is irrelevant. Because what you consider to be in touch is different to what we practice as being in touch”.
When asked to predict the outcome of the elections of 5 May 2013 he said:
“that does not matter. It is a man made concept. The fight endures whether or not we are under occupation. The fight endures whether or not there is an election”.
The Saudi Wahhabi cleric and the faculty member at the Islamic University of Imam Muhammad bin Saud, Dr. Saad al-Durihim, called Iraqi Mujahideen to kill Shiite women and children in order to cause more terror and fear among Iraqi people.
Dr. Saad al-Durihim, in his Twitter called Mujahideen to increase cruelty and murder or even captive women and children to scare more people.
Following the publication of these writings by the Saudi Wahhabi cleric in Twitter, the flood of criticism followed and some even called him a criminal.