Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Emirati academic, Abdul Khaliq Abdullah, asked whether what he described as “takfiri voices” were more keen on Islam than the Sheikh of Al-Azhar, Ahmed Al-Tayeb, in the context of his talk about the Abrahamic family house after it opened to visitors. In the capital, Abu Dhabi.
Abdullah wrote on Twitter: “In the house of the Abrahamic family, which was opened today to the public, the Imam al-Tayyib Mosque, Sheikh of Al-Azhar, the Church of Francis Pope of the Vatican, and the Abu Imran Temple Musa bin Maimoon bin Obaidullah al-Qurtubi is a Jewish thinker, physician and astronomer who was born in Cordoba Andalusia and moved to Morocco, Palestine and Egypt and worked as a minister to the Sultan. Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi.
And the Emirati academic added, “Are the takfiri voices that denounce the house of the Abrahamic family in Abu Dhabi more keen on Islam, more understanding of the purposes of this house, more familiar with the document of human brotherhood, and more appreciative of coexistence between religions than the eminent Grand Imam, Dr. home?” he said.
Abdullah had said that there is no such thing as the “Abrahamic religion” when commenting on an “old” Saudi fatwa that was circulated and allegedly issued in conjunction with the opening of the Abrahamic House by the United Arab Emirates.
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