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al-Ahmadiyya is banned in Saudi Arabia as per Sheikh google is that true our dear Michael?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 17, 2022 at 11:49

Hey, our dear Michael al-tablighee, is it true that al-Ahmadiyya is banned in Saudi Arabia and are not allowed to perform the pagan Haj thing?

And is it true that the Indian Tablighees are not allowed to even enter KSA? Why is that our dear Michael?

Last, although I feel that al-Ahmadiyya is bizarre they should not be persecuted and their mosques should not be destroyed. This is really evil

I, the "monotheist" have to go and pray to my one and only god al-Shaytan

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