Sattam bin Khaled attacks the intellectually distorted and haters of the Islamic religion and its scholars | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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The Saudi Prince, Sattam bin Khalid Al Saud, attacked what he described as intellectually distorted and haters of the Islamic religion, considering that they are “a scourge that is not simple.”

This came in response to Saudi reports with Saudi analysts and experts who criticized the Saudi Awakening Movement, which spread in the Kingdom at the end of the last century.

Sattam bin Khaled..a scourge is not a simple one

Saudi Prince Sattam bin Khalid said, according to a series of tweets monitored by “Watan”: “What we suffer is not a simple affliction, as we do not suffer from liberalism or secularism in its Western sense, but rather what we suffer from is a group of intellectually distorted and haters of the teachings of our Islamic religion. They fall under different names, but they agree On whispering and blaming against the scholars or the Sunnah until some of the idiots reached the point of defaming the Qur’an.”

Prince Sattam bin Khalid added: “What is striking is that some channels and programs have become a platform for these fools who speak with provocative and false ideas and information that do not deceive children, and practice the method of confusing hard thinking and linking them to the scholars of the ancestors for malicious goals, but as a reminder, these were previously platforms for awakening celebrities to inspire against our scholars.”

Prince Sattam bin Khalid continued: “We must differentiate between our trustworthy scholars, who possess the Salafi method, free of extremism or deviation, and those who have extremist and partisan ideologies. Most of those who defend the moderate religion are the scholars of the Salaf, and they have been attacked and degraded because of their honorable positions. He is going the same way as the partisans, with his stupidity.”

And Sattam bin Khaled added: “These channels or programs of the recent past failed to defend the homeland externally, and we see them today practicing the same failure internally. It is not the fault that you fail, but the fault is that you repeat your failure. We have finished recycling the owners of the black past and we are recycling some of the intellectually distorted, so what is the point? So?”.

A study on Saudi society

It is worth noting that a Saudi writer sparked widespread controversy on social media, after criticizing the Saudi awakening movement that appeared in the past decades in Saudi Arabia and began to fade with the rule of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

A video clip monitored by “Watan” showed a Saudi writer blaming the Awakening and citing a study showing the change in vocabulary in Saudi society.

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According to the author, Prime Time Zone in Saudi Arabia are saying “may God reward you with good” instead of “thank you”, and “peace be upon you” instead of “hello!”.

The pioneers of social networking sites also noticed the Saudi writer’s mockery of the two sheikhs participating in the renaissance of Saudi Arabia, Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Sawaf and Manna Khalil Al-Qattan.

Saudi Awakening

The Saudi Awakening or the Awakening of the Land of the Two Holy Mosques is an Islamic social intellectual movement that arose with the support of a group of preachers during their advocacy movement “to awaken Prime Time Zone from their slumber,” as they described it.

The term “Awakening” began to appear in the eighties by a number of Prime Time Zone at that time, such as Salman Al-Awda in Buraidah, Awad Al-Qarni and Ayed Al-Qarni in Abha, Safar Al-Hawali in Jeddah, Nasser Al-Omar and Saad Al-Buraik in Riyadh.

The Awakening received what was described as great support from the Saudi state immediately after its establishment and during the period of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. The state’s trends in general were strongly influenced by that movement during the reign of King Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, specifically and on a large scale in the ministries of labor and education.

However, it quickly clashed with the Saudi government in the mid-nineties when the movement’s symbols began to demand the government for social and political changes, the most important of which was the cessation of military cooperation with the United States during the second Gulf War.

At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the liberal liberation movement in Saudi Arabia entered into several clashes with the awakening movement.

And the impact of that clash on Saudi public opinion was severe during different periods, whether in social issues or in issues of participation in regional conflicts under the cover of Islamic Jihad.

The liberal current called for openness and reducing the authority and social influence of the clergy in the kingdom.

With King Salman taking over the kingdom and the emergence of his crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, on the political scene, the kingdom witnessed several open changes, which were explained by Saudi Arabia’s desire to sever its relationship with the followers of this movement.

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, spoke about what he called the unusual and abnormal situation that entered the Saudi society in reference to the awakening and what he described as non-moderate Islam and as a mere reaction to the Islamic revolution in Iran, and pledged to “liberate Saudi society” from that era and restore Saudi Arabia to its It was 30 years ago.

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