JNN 8 July 2013 : The Wahabi Media Cell is working 24 x 7 in spreading of rumours and DisInformation , to create the Sectarianism and Hatred among the Different Muslim Sects, and specially against the Shia Sect of Islam .
And in the same frame of Mind they are routinely spreading Rumours and Disinformation among the Different sects of Islam ,and recently they have even Distributed another fake News on the Social Media , On their Face Book Page of “ Ulema e Deoband ” against the Shia Community.
This is not a matter that can be laughed away because such propaganda leads to serious consequences in today’s charged atmosphere of the Muslim world and Pakistan. The popularity of internet has made spreading hatred through conspiracy scandals much easier. For years, Wahabi / Salafist hate groups have created written materials of every kind to spread their propaganda, including books, glossy magazines, newspapers, flyers and graffiti. As communication technologies advanced, these groups have kept up, buoyed by Saudi Oil money.
The Complete Picture of their News Item is given Below , for the reference of our subscribers, but the true story has already Been clarified by the Official Media , and the text of the Official Media is given Below for the reference .
“ Gulf News ” Clarification of the Incident and Details
Manama: A spokesperson for the police in the Saudi city of Madinah has dismissed social media reports about the arrest of an Iranian man disguised in women’s clothes for giving children poisoned sweets.
“The reports are not true and lack credibility,” Fahd Al Ghannam said. “The man who was arrested inside the Prophet’s Mosque is an Arab national who wore an abaya — black overall worn by women in Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf countries — to mix with female worshippers and steal from them,” the spokesman said, local Arabic daily Al Madina reported on Tuesday.
The police are still investigating the case, he added.
“We would like to stress the need to avoid spreading rumours and allegations. Anyone with a question can always contact the reliable sources to know the facts and the truth,” he said.
Thousands of worshippers, mainly from abroad, attend the five daily prayers at the Prophet’s Mosque in the second most important site for Muslims.
Police in Saudi Arabia often report cases of men wearing abayas and covering their faces, in line with local traditions, to avoid police checkpoints or to beg for money in front of mosques.
The Official Media Clarification on its News Site as follows :