London – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”:
The Chinese ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Chen Weking, sparked controversy on Twitter, after he posted a tweet congratulating Muslims on the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday.
Woking said in his tweet: “Tomorrow coincides with the anniversary of the Noble Prophet’s birthday, and in it we remember the message of peace, tolerance and moderation that the noble prophet published and its effects remain immortal to this day .. Pray on those who sent mercy to the worlds.”
This tweet of the Chinese ambassador sparked a debate among the commentators, some of whom believed that celebrating the birth of the Prophet is a “heresy” that has no origin in the Islamic religion, especially in Saudi Arabia, where one of its chief scholars, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Baz, considered celebrating the Prophet’s birthday as a “heresy” “Because the Prophet and the press did not celebrate him.
Other commentators thanked Ambassador Wking for his remembrance of the occasion. While commentators on the Chinese ambassador’s tweet touched on the oppression practiced by China against the Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, and the forced hundreds of thousands of them into concentration camps, the restriction on them in the practice of Islamic rites, and the demolition of thousands of mosques, until the matter came to forcing Uyghur women to “sterility” according to Western media and reports.
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