The police said that he is a citizen of Yemen. A person who has been legally in Iqama in the country has been arrested. A video of a banner being displayed at the holy place Masjid al-Haram in violation of the guidelines and regulations related to the Umrah pilgrimage was widely circulated on social media accounts the other day. Due to this, the police arrested the young man holding the banner in the video.
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The young Yemeni man raised the banner in his hand from the part adjacent to one of the uncrowded gates of the harem in the courtyard of the harem. The young man held up a banner that read in Arabic and English that he was performing Umrah for the soul of Queen Elizabeth and may the almighty grant her a place in heaven and include the queen among the righteous.
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He did this while wearing the Ihram garment worn by Umrah pilgrims. Hoisting of banners and chanting of slogans in this manner is strictly prohibited in and around the holy shrine of Haram. That is the relevance of the young man violating the instructions. The Haram security forces said that the case against the accused has been handed over to the public prosecution after completing the legal proceedings.
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Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al Sudais, head of the Haram Office, said that the holy places, including Masjid al-Haram in Makkah and Masjid Dunna Bawi in Madinah, are sacred places to offer worship to God and are not a place to raise slogans or banners in violation of regulations and instructions. He reminded the devotees to work with the sanctity and majesty of the Haram mosques and follow the regulations and instructions followed in the Harams.
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