Hindu falsely accused in Saudi Arabia of blasphemy, released

  • Saudi religious fanatics had implicated a Hindu with a false Facebook account.
  • Realise the mentality of such religious fanatics who implicate Hindus in fake crimes. Similarly, in Bangladesh also Hindus were accused and attacked in their homes. Be alert of this new jihad of religious fanatics.

New Delhi – Harish Bangera, an Indian national who was detained in Saudi Arabia from December 2019, has been released. He was taken into custody on false charges of blasphemy. He was accused of making derogatory remarks about the crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, and Mecca, the holy shrine for Muslims on Facebook. A fake Facebook account in the name of Bangera was created by two Muslim brothers Abdul Huyez and Abdul Thuyez of Saudi and used to post these comments. A picture of Mecca with a caption, ‘Next Shri Ram Mandir in Mecca… Be ready for fight’ was posted. Soon after being posted, the post went viral, and Bangera was arrested. He was also fired from his job. After investigating the matter, the Police arrested Abdul Huyez and Abdul Thuyez and decided to release Bangera.