Mohammed Alarefe Preaches Division and Extremism in Sport
Mohammed Alarefe a man thought to be a top ISIS recruiter, he has also been accused of radicalizing youth in many countries, but Twitter see no need to block him.
Mohammed Alarefe claimed in a television interview that the late al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was a victim of wide-level character assassination, although later backtracked on his remarks.
Alarefe has urged Muslim youth to travel for Jihad in Syria. In June 2013, he appeared in a video giving a jummah khutbah in Cairo, urging “heroic” Egyptians to “get up and help their brothers in Syria.”
Alarefe is clearly a terrorist.
Islamic extremist Mohammed Alarefe a Saudi cleric has called on football’s governing body to prohibit players from making the sign of the cross in celebration on the field.
Mohammed Alarefe Twitter is where the Islamic extremist freely preaches his ideology to a staggering 17.5 million Twitter followers .
“I’ve seen video clips of athletes, soccer players running, shooting and when they win they make the symbol of the cross on their chests and my question is do FIFA’s rules not forbid this,” he tweeted.
Religious symbolism has been a hot topic for football in 2017, which has seen Champions League regulars Real Madrid agreeing to remove the cross from their official merchandise sold in six Middle Eastern nations.
Mohamad bin AbdelRahman al-ʿArefe is a Saudi author and scholar. He is a graduate of King Saud University, and Member of the Muslim World League and the Association of muslim scholars.
No One Else Likes Him Either
The extremist cleric has regularly courted controversy – he was barred from entering Switzerland for anti-Semitic statements, has publicly opposed women’s right to drive in Saudi Arabia, and said Shiite Muslims are “nonbelievers who must be killed”.
Although banned from entering Switzerland because of his extremist views, Mohammed Alarefe has visited the UK several times. A Sunni Muslim, he has been accused of stirring up tensions with the rival Shia sect, calling it evil and accusing adherents of kidnapping, cooking and skinning children.