Thousands of Indian Muslims registered their protest in New Delhi against Saudi Arabia for its connivance with terrorist outfits including the Wahhabi Daesh [Arabic acronym for "ISIS" / "ISIL"].
The protesters said Saudi Arabia should stop funding Daesh, al-Qaeda, Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and others or it will boomerang.
Protesters also demanded the restoration of Islamic heritage popularly known as Jannat-Ul-Baqi and Jannat-Ul-Maula at the site in Saudi Arabia. Jannat-Ul-Baqi is shrine of Sayyida Fatima Zahraa, the daughter of the holy Prophet Mohammad [PBUH] and his grandsons.
"We have gathered here [Jantar-Mantar] in thousands for two days to send a message to Saudi government that the way you [Saudi Arabia government] are behaving is totally against Islam. Daesh is being funded by Saudi government which is creating havoc in Syria, Iran, Iraq and India. We have submitted a memorandum to the Saudi Arabian embassy in New Delhi and asked to stop unlawful support to terrorists," Z Ahmed Chamman, the general secretary of All India Shia Sunni Front, said.
"People from all caste, community, and creed along with well-known scholars, poets, human rights activists joined the protest to mark the brutal crime of desecration of holy shrines at Madina Munawara, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," the front said.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team