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The case of the charlatan, the Lebanese “prosecutor of prophecy”, Nashaat Abdel Nour, who calls himself “Al-Hakim Nashaat Munther”, continues to stir controversy in Lebanon, after Dar Al-Fatwa in the Lebanese Republic submitted a lawsuit to the discriminatory Public Prosecution demanding that Munther be punished.
And the “prosecutor of prophecy” appeared in a video clip, holding a stick, and drawing incomprehensible shapes on his forehead, claiming that he was “sent from heaven.”
Social media pioneers were preoccupied with comments rejecting the presence of such an abusive person in Lebanon, demanding that he be brought to trial quickly.
Who is Munther?
There were conflicting information about Munther’s identity, some of them said that he was Lebanese, and some denied, without specifying his nationality.
This charlatan calls himself “Al-Hakim Nashat Munther”.
The pioneers of social networking sites revealed that the “prosecutor of prophecy” was working as a drummer in one of the casinos in Lebanon, and they circulated an old picture of him, in which he appeared among the members of a band, holding the drum machine in his hands.
Prosecutor of prophethood, Munther, had announced on Facebook that “Egyptians are prohibited from entering the group that he created on his page,” claiming that he receives messages from heaven and that he must teach them to people as the prophets.
On Thursday evening, the Secretary of the Fatwa, Sheikh Amin Al-Kurdi, based on the directives of the Grand Mufti of the Lebanese Republic, Sheikh Abdul Latif Derian, informed the discriminatory Public Prosecution against the so-called Nashat Munther, who “claims to be a messenger sent from heaven and the author of a heavenly message,” and asked the discriminatory Public Prosecution to take the necessary legal action against him. And with the right and everyone who appears in the investigation as a participant with him, in accordance with the provisions of Articles 317 and 474 of the Penal Code.
The text of the amended Article 317 states that “every act, every writing, and every speech intended or resulting in inciting sectarian or racial strife or inciting conflict between sects and the various elements of the nation is punishable by imprisonment from one to three years.”
Article 474 also stipulates that “Whoever, in one of the stipulated ways, insults religious rites that are publicly practiced, or incites contempt for one of those rites, shall be punished by imprisonment from six months to three years.”
Arrest within hours
And Sky News Arabia quoted the Lebanese lawyer, Muhammad Ziad Jafail, as saying that the “prosecutor of prophecy” will be arrested in the coming hours by the discriminatory Public Prosecution.
Jafail said that he had previously filed a case a few days ago with the Public Prosecutor’s Discriminatory Prosecution against “the claimant of prophecy Munther”, and against “Carmen Shammas”, who took over his support, encouragement, incitement and promotion of his ideas through its pages.
He explained that “Lebanon is a civil state that stands for freedom of belief and respect for religions, and what the “prosecutor of prophethood” has done constitutes a source of strife between the Lebanese themselves, Lebanon and the world.
Lawyer Jafael pointed out that the articles of the Penal Code in Lebanon are “sufficient and deterrent if applied.”
The specialist in Islamic affairs and advocacy, Sheikh Bahaa El-Din Salam, said: “We cannot separate this phenomenon from the vacuum that the preaching and cultural arena suffers from, which we suffer from in Lebanon and the Arab world in general, and the emergence of a state of intellectual decline and social decline that we complain about in Lebanon, of course, and the emergence of this People on the scene means that the country has become without supervision or accountability and has become an arena for those who want to do or say what they want.”
He added, “It is true that a lawsuit has been filed with the Public Prosecution Office to move against this plaintiff, but the whole matter raises a big question about who controls the state of media, cultural and religious chaos that we suffer from in Lebanon, and why is the media that presents us with this corruption not monitored?”
He concluded by saying: “It is required that there be an awareness and guidance campaign so that the new generation does not fall prey to sorcery and these liars, and that there be a clear law that prevents the appearance of sorcerers and their ilk on the media and social networking sites. Corruption increases corruption and corruption.”
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