சவுதி அரேபியாவில் தன்னை இறைதூதர் என்று கூறிக்கொண்டவர் உடனே கைது, பைத்தியக்கார விடுதியில் அடைப்க்கபட்டுள்ளார்
இதை முத தடவையே செய்திருக்கலாம்
Man held after claiming to be “world’s savior”
Published Sunday, March 13, 2011
A man aged over 70 years finished prayers at packed mosque in Saudi Arabia and waited for the people to come out to tell them he was the chosen savior of the world. Minutes later, he was arrested.
The 73-year-old Saudi begged the worshippers in the central town of Makkah to believe him that he was El-Mehdi Al-Montathar (the chosen Imam El-Mehdi).
“Police then came and arrested the man…they took him to a psychiatry hospital to check if he is normal before referring him to court,” Sabq newspaper said.
It was the second incident of its kind in Saudi Arabia in a few days. Police said last week they seized a man who was stopping people in the streets of Makkah and telling them that he was the long-awaited El-Mehdi Al-Montathar.
Police arrested the unnamed man red-handed and took him for investigation to determine if he is mentally normal.
Moslems believe Imam Al-Mehdi, dubbed “the ultimate savior of mankind’ will eventually reappear as a great reformer who will destroy the beliefs of injustice and ignorance and fill this earth with fairness after it has been filled with injustice and oppression.