A citizen reveals the reason why he hated praying in a mosque in Riyadh when he was a student in the elementary school • Al Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad newspaper: Citizen Nasser Al-Madlaj revealed the reason why he hated praying in a mosque when he was an elementary school student in Al-Malaz neighborhood in Riyadh.

Al-Medlej said, during an interview with the “Ajaweed” program, broadcast on the “Al-Majd” channel: “I lived in the Malaz neighborhood in Riyadh, and the majority of the population were ministers,” noting: “The imam of the mosque used to allocate the kindergarten to the ministers, so when I went to the mosque one day, I found the kindergarten empty.” So I sat in it, and the imam of the mosque got upset.”

And he continued, “The imam of the mosque complained to my father because I was sitting in the kindergarten and that I crowded ministers and sheikhs, so I got upset, the enthusiasm went, and the “voluntarism” faded at that time,” he says.

Al-Medlej continued, “I became praying in another mosque because of what the imam of the mosque did.”

On the other hand, the presenter of the “Al-Ajaweed” program commented, “God does not decree anything but that there is good in it, and I see you filled in, where do you come and where do you go… I saw you return the soul,” while the program’s guests entered into a fit of laughter.

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