Saudi newspaper attack Islamic figures insolently
A Saudi-based newspaper published photographs of many Islamic pioneers and made a great insult to them by the so-called "terrorists" who were influenced by the idea of the Ikhwan al-Muslimeen.
In Saud, the pro-regime newspaper 'Mecca' signed a scandal by labeling Islamic figures terrorist, who had devoted their life for the cause of Allah and influenced many people to find the right path.
The list included Sheikh Ahmed Yasin, whose both legs were paralyzed and was martyred by the zionists, Abu Ala Al-Mawdudi, Sayyid Qutb, Abdullah Azam, Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, Ali Al-Qaradakhi, Khaled Meshal, Ismail Haniya, Yahya Sinwar, Muhammad Badie, Muhammad Beltagy, and the legitimate president of Egypt, Mohamed Mursi, who were ousted by a military coup.
The puppet regime pro-newspaper had to remove the news from its website after people showed anger over the insolent news.