A Saudi religious scholar pronounces “killing to strengthen” those who intend to spread the Coronavirus among people


Saudi religious scholar gives fatwa


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A member of the Council of Senior Scholars in Saudi Arabia, Abdullah Al-Manea, issued a sentence of “killing in order to strengthen” the person who deliberately spread the “Corona” virus among people in the Kingdom.

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Abdullah Al-Manea said that it is permissible to punish those who intentionally transmit infection to others and mix them with “killing in order”, explaining that: “leaving the house and gathering despite warnings from the competent authorities in the country is a crime, harm, harm to Muslims and a violation of the guardian,” according to the local newspaper “Okaz”.

He added that: “If a person is aware of his infection with Corona and intends to harm others and infect them, then his punishment is permissible for killing,” noting that “in the event that he is just a reckless and indifferent and does not know of his injury or not, he is considered disobedient, and he deserves the appropriate punishment.” “.

Earlier yesterday, the Saudi Ministry of Health announced that 119 new cases of “Covid-19” had been recorded in the Kingdom during the past 24 hours.

As a result, King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued a curfew order from seven in the evening to six in the morning, starting from Monday evening for a period of 21 days, to limit the spread of the disease.

Source: Agencies


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