Bin Suhaim: Doha regime accountable for preventing Hajj by Qataris

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Sheikh Sultan bin Suhaim al-Thani, a member of the Qatari royal family, said that preventing Qatari nationals from performing Hajj is proof that the regime in Doha does not have the right to rule the country, pointing out that when the people of Qatar are saved from the injustice of those in power in the country, they will be held accountable without exception.

In a tweet, he said: “The more they prevent Qataris from the pilgrimage .. proves they are most ineligible to rule our country .. when our people get rid of injustice… the two-Hamad regime will be accountable for their crimes and we will not exclude them."

“All their disasters are in support of chaos and vandalism ... and depriving the Muslims of their right to the house of God ...”

Sheikh Sultan bin Suhaim said “the two-Hamad regime are a shame on this world and in the hereafter, they will suffer a great torment.”

Earlier, he had denounced the Qatari regimes ban on pilgrims for the second year in a row, praising Saudi Arabia’s offering of facilities and welcoming hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from all over the world.

In a series of tweets, Bin Suhaim was surprised at the actions of the Qatari regime, resulting in depriving the Qatari people of performing their pilgrimage, warning the regime against this despicable act.

The Qatari Sheikh frequently use the wording of ‘two-Hamad regime’ in reference to both former Qatar Emir Hamad bin Khalifa and Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber, Qatar’s former foreign and prime minister.

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