Understand political senses of not holding Iftar in mosque...

What political significance does the Saudi government's decision to forbid Iftar in mosques prior to Ramadan? ABP news spoke with Qatari business and economics writer Mohammad Shoaib specifically on this topic. He claims that saudi arabia is ruled by a royal tyrant whose goals appear to be different from those of the people. There may be protests over this government decision. The first move is to outlaw Iftar in mosques. There's a chance that this government will make further significant choices to repress the populace.

"During Ramadan, Muslims become extremely devoted and their religion takes over," Shoaib stated. It's likely that the government wants to enact more regulations under the guise of Iftar. In Mecca-Medina, thousands of rupees are spent throughout Ramadan. There, a sizable crowd gathers for Iftar. The goal of the Saudi government is to prevent crowds from getting so big that it becomes impossible to manage them."

What fears does the Saudi government?

Writer Shoaib also brought up the strain saudi arabia is under from throughout the globe. He declared, "The Saudi Arabian government's stance on the conflict between israel and palestine has infuriated the local populace. The Saudi government is against people congregating in mosques and believes that any uprising should be directed against them. similar to Tahrir Square in Egypt. He went on to say that the leading regimes in the Arab world—particularly in saudi arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Jordan—remain silent on the Israel-Gaza-Palestine conflict. These nations are unable to oppose America, israel, or other Western nations. king Abdullah II of Jordan, Mohammed bin salman of saudi arabia, and Mohammed bin Zayed of the United Arab Emirates are all under a lot of strain. These nations have what are known as puppet regimes.

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