From: Mohan Natarajan < >
Saudi Arabia Demolishes Mosques to Build Roads Etc.
Babri masjid was built over a Hindu temple. Saudi Arabia demolishes mosques to build roads etc.
Why Indian Muslims object to demolishing the dilapidated and locked, Babri masjid for building of ram temple?
Please see the posting from another group:
In Saudi Arabia, the government demolishes mosques, build roads and other constructions.
So then why did Indian Muslims make such an issue of the Babri Masjid case in India?
Rajat Verma, Politics is really bad..!!
Answered Mar 18, 2015 · Author has 111 answers and 131.3k answer views
Let’s Face the truth first.
What are the Mosques destroyed in Medina (Saudi Arabia)?
Photos showing the destruction of the Grand Mosques.
Over 98% of the Kingdom’s historical and religious sites have been destroyed since 1985, according to the U.K.-based Islamic Heritage Research Foundation.
Fine, they might be lying as the West always lies!!(?)
Sami Alawi, the founder and former director of Mecca’s Hajj Research Center and opponent of the destruction of Mecca’s historic sites, estimates that over 300 antiquity sites in Mecca and Medina have already been destroyed, such as:
* House of the first caliph, Abu Bakr, which was leveled to make room for the Mecca Hilton Hotel.
* An ancient house belonging to the Prophet Mohammed was recently razed to make room for a public toilet facility.
* House of Khadijah, the wife of the Prophet, demolished to make way for public lavatories;
* The house of Abu Bakr, the Prophet’s companion, now the site of the local Hilton hotel;
* The house of Ali-Oraid, the grandson of the Prophet, and the Mosque of Abu-Qubais, now the location of the King’s palace in Mecca.
* An ancient mosque belonging to Abu Bakr has now been replaced by an ATM machine.
* Six small mosques in Medina where Muhammad is believed to have prayed have been locked.
* The sites of Mohammed’s historic battles at Uhud and Badr have been paved to put up a parking lot.
All these from the following References: Please read them: