The ‘enemy’ of the clerics, Prince Salman, became the Prime Minister, know what is the vision to change Saudi by 2030? – न्यूज़लीड India

The ‘enemy’ of the clerics, Prince Salman, became the Prime Minister, know what is the vision to change Saudi by 2030?


Prince Salman will be the Prime Minister

Although the Crown Prince has been the de facto ruler of the country for the past several years due to his father’s ill health, he was the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and the country’s Defense Minister during his father Salman’s reign. But, after becoming the Prime Minister, now his younger brother Khalid bin Salman will be the new Defense Minister of the country, who till now was serving as the Deputy Defense Minister. According to a royal decree from King Salman published by the official Saudi Press Agency, no changes have been made to the rest of the country’s ministries, the Home Department, the State Department and the Energy Department. Prince Mohammed, who turned 37 last month, has been in line to succeed his father since 2017. He became the Defense Minister in 2015 and then his supremacy was established over every establishment of power. Especially after father Salman became ill, he took all the responsibilities of the country in his hands. When US President Joe Biden visited Saudi Arabia last month, Prince Salman also met him at that time.

King Salman remains ill

King Salman remains ill

King Salman of Saudi Arabia, who is now 86 years old, has not been able to take part in active politics for the last few years and since 2015, Prince Salman has been running the country in a way. Although there was speculation since 2015, that Prince Salman would be made the new king, but in 2017 all such reports were rejected by the Saudi royal family and the statement said, that King Salman There are currently no plans to step down as Raja. According to Saudi state media reports, King Salman has been hospitalized twice so far this year and most recently had a colonoscopy in May and was hospitalized for a week.

Rapid Reformation in Saudi Arabia

Rapid Reformation in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has launched a campaign to rid the country of religious fanaticism and has set a target of 2030 for this. At the same time, now that the Crown Prince is about to become the Prime Minister of the country, it is believed that he will take forward the religious reform movement rapidly. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman believes that Saudi Arabia should not be identified as an oil-rich and fanatical Muslim country, but as a liberal country, where every religion and every denomination should be recognized equally. , is seen with one eye and there should be no religious restriction on anyone. Therefore, the Crown Prince has launched a very strict campaign against religious bigotry, and as part of the same step, in December last year, the Crown Prince banned the radical Islamic organization Tablighi Jamaat. Along with this, the Saudi government had also called the Tablighi Jamaat a ‘door of terror’.

loudspeakers have been banned

loudspeakers have been banned

In May-June last year, the Saudi Crown Prince has banned loudspeakers playing at the time of Azan in the country’s mosques. The Saudi Kingdom had clearly stated that playing loudspeakers does not represent Islam and the loud sound of azaan on loudspeakers disturbs other people, so an order was issued by the Kingdom not to play loudspeakers in mosques. The Saudi Kingdom had said that children have trouble sleeping due to the loud sound of azaan, so the sound should be kept very low during the azan in mosques. Following his order, the loudspeaker capacity of mosques was reduced to one-third. Along with this, it was also made a rule that, it is not necessary to keep the loudspeaker on during the whole Azan, only the loudspeaker should be switched off after starting it. Now it is believed that Prince Salman can make more strict rules regarding the mosques of the country, especially the staunch Maulana of mosques have been his target for a long time.

Preparing to enter a new era of economy

Preparing to enter a new era of economy

The Saudi Crown Prince believes that, even though the world respects Saudi Arabia because of oil and Saudi Arabia’s words are heard, but after the oil runs out, Saudi Arabia will have to struggle for existence. Therefore, to save Saudi from the coming crisis in the future, the government of Saudi Arabia has started the process of liberalization rapidly in the country and first of all, religious bigotry is being hammered. Speaking to the news agency AFP, University of Essex political lecturer Aziz Alghashian told in December last year that, ‘Saudi Arabia is trying to rebuild its foundation’. He said that ‘Saudi Arabia is trying to become a country where there is no religious fanaticism, where every culture mixes, where no one is afraid to think about it, where tourism is prosperous and where there is a lot of investment. Have more chances.’

Ideological change is happening in Saudi

Ideological change is happening in Saudi

At one time in Saudi Arabia, if someone was not able to offer Namaz at the time of Namaz, then the police used to forcefully send him to the Mosque to offer Namaz, but now shops and malls in Saudi Arabia are open every day for five times during Namaz. Even in the month of Ramadan, hotels have been allowed to remain open during the day. Once in Saudi Arabia, the Maulana of mosques had the right to make laws for mosques of his own free will, but after coming to power, the Crown Prince took away the rights of the Maulanas, due to which he has always been the eyes of the Maulanas and The Maulanas who raised their voice against him were sent to jail. For which he has also been criticized. In Saudi Arabia, Maulana can now do what he will be asked by the government. Even now in Saudi Arabia women have been allowed to drive and Jews have been given complete freedom.

Trying to make the country religiously tolerant

Trying to make the country religiously tolerant

Saudi’s School Improvement Program The school reform program in Saudi Arabia continues at a rapid pace and the Saudi Arabian school book syllabus is being changed. In Saudi Arabia, many beliefs of Islam have been removed from school books, while other religions have also been included in the syllabus. Many chapters of Ramayana, Mahabharata and Gita have been included in the school books of Saudi Arabia. At the same time, Yoga has also been included in the syllabus. With this, it has now been made compulsory to study English in Saudi and it is mandatory for students to pass in English. Although it is still banned in Saudi Arabia for other believers to propagate their religion, Saudi government adviser Ali Shihabi recently told the American media ‘Insider’ that the government will soon give permission to open churches in Saudi Arabia. And the church will also have permission to propagate its religion.

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