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What is behind the hashtag “Only Messenger of God, Modi”?

#Only_Allah_Messenger_Ya_Modi tops Twitter after a tweet by an Indian official.

The Muslim Brotherhood spared no effort to seize any chance of returning to the forefront of the scene, in an attempt to restore their glamour after the recent series of defeats of the terrorist organization and its terrible decline in popularity, especially in Arab countries.

The incident of insulting the Holy Prophet, which was issued by Naveen Kumar Jindal, the media official in the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in India, by tweeting about the marriage of the Prophet, at an early age, to Lady Aisha, was the best event that the group could exploit and lead the angry crowds and exploit their emotions to emphasize on the necessity of its presence in society, especially to confront the enemies of Islam and Muslims.

Naveen Kumar Jindal

Accordingly, the group engaged in all its capabilities and inflammatory methods in order to use the event to its advantage, and led a massive campaign of condemnation on social media, which led to making the hashtag a “trend” in many Arab countries.

The account of the “International Commission to Support the Prophet of Islam” on Twitter, an organization run by figures known to be close to the Brotherhood, said on its Twitter account that “the spokesman of India’s ruling party, Bharatiya Janata, insults the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace… So is there a deterrent to him?” as it called on Muslims to “tweet within the hashtag.”

The commission quoted the Muslim Brotherhood’s call for anger, Muhammad al-Hassan al-Dido to “call the Islamic nation to support the Messenger of God in the east and west of the earth, and to be angry with the Messenger of God, all as much as they possible, after the official spokesman of the ruling Indian party abused the Messenger of Allah and insulted our mother, Aisha.”

For his part, Ali Al-Qara Daghi, Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, a Muslim Brotherhood organization, commented within the hashtag, “This hashtag was launched following a tweet that was considered offensive to the Prophet Muhammad, published by the spokesperson for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in India, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In turn, we say your madness and lightness. Your mind and your Hindu Daesh do not touch anything but your sick souls… the shrine of our Prophet without your contract.”

This Brotherhood mobilization was studied and experimental more than once, as the group has a long history of inciting, playing on feelings and exploiting them, and it has exploited the Palestinian cause for decades, exploited the demands and pains of Arab peoples and climbed on their dreams to gain power.

But this repeated method made the group serious mistakes. In the course of its incitement against India, the group deliberately planted lies to incite people and gather them around. Indeed, the event became inflated, some of its members worked to compose insults and statements that were not issued by anyone in all of India. What observers perceived as the Brotherhood defending abuse with greater abuse.

Observers also say that the Brotherhood’s goal is not to defend Islam and Muslims but to ride the wave and exploit the juvenile for their own benefit.

This was reflected in the tweets of activists affiliated with the Brotherhood, who used the event to serve charges against countries that banned the terrorist organization such as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and others. And they became inciting against them as if they had abused, not an Indian official. Sometimes they criticize an old visit to India and progressively criticizing the peaceful coexistence of religions in these countries and then return to incite the peoples of those States by accusing their rulers of betrayal, inaction and other inflammatory methods that reveal their false jealousy over religion.

A similar thing happened when the Brotherhood directed Islamic public opinion against France against the backdrop of the offensive drawings of the Holy Prophet and the Brotherhood then relied on calls for a boycott of French goods, But that boycott was not aimed at responding to the abuse, but rather at covering up the Turkish merchandise boycott campaign, which was led by activists because of Turkey’s policy in support of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Some ask: Would it not have been more appropriate for the Brotherhood to protest against Iran’s repeated abuse of Aisha by Khamenei’s regime, or is the conflict of interests with Iran causing them to remain silent and regardless?

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