The Hindu monk Yate Saraswati, in a speech posted on social networks, called for the conquest of Mecca and the taking of the Kaaba. He justified this request in that it was built on the site of an ancient Hindu temple. He stressed that seizing the Kaaba, after the occupation of Mecca, was the only way to weaken Islam.
The monk’s words provoked a Widespread anger among Muslims in India, numbering about 170 million people, reports Nador City. They demanded that the monk be held accountable for attacking his religion, inciting to occupy another country, and violate all human rights conventions.
He also accused the monk of sowing discord in Indian society, in which clashes between Muslims and Hindus appear from time to time. This speech revived the discussion in the social networks of the Gulf countries about the danger that India represents for their region in the future, due to the large Indian communities in these countries, especially in the Emirates, which could become a justification for India’s interference in their affairs.
Likewise, Muslims were surprised that the Saudi government still has not summoned the Indian ambassador to protest such statements and demand that legal action be taken against him.