SA-based Islamic group rejects links to terrorism

 The Tablighi Jamaat Islamic group members based in South Africa have rejected the allegation that their religious movement is associated with terrorist and violent activities.

This comes after the Saudi government banned the Tablighi Jamaat group, labelling them as one of the gates of terrorism.

A tweet by Saudi’s ministry of Islamic affairs, Dr Abdullatif Al_Asheikh, read: “Sermons [by the group] include declaration of misguidance, deviation and danger of this group, and that is one of the gates of terrorism, even if they claim otherwise.” It further said the group was a danger to society.



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