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Saudi Arabia’s grand mufti, the highest religious authority in the birthplace of Islam, has urged young Saudis to refrain from fighting in Syria.
“This is all wrong, it’s not obligatory,” Sheikh Abdulaziz Al al-Sheikh said, in reference to Saudi men joining the fights in Syria that is now in well into its third year, according to pan-Arab daily al-Hayat.
“These are feuding factions and one should not go there. I do not advise one to go there … Going to a land that you do not know and without experience, you will be a burden to them, what they want from you is your prayer.”
“Muslim should be fearful of God and not deceive young Muslims and exploit their weakness and lack of insight and push them to an abyss,” the mufti was quoted by the paper on Monday.
“I advise them (preachers) to advise (young people) as they would advise their sons.”
The Saudi kingdom has backed the rebels to fight Syrian government, as it is the only country that refuses the political solution for the crisis and insist to frustrate holding Geneva II conference.
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