Islamic Scholar Who Called Coronavirus ‘God’s Punishment’ Gets Infected

Hadi Al-Modarresi Prominent Iraqi Shia scholar, Hadi Al-Modarresi has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus  weeks after he claimed the deadly disease was undoubted “an act of Allah” against the Chinese for their treatment, mockery, and disrespect towards Muslims and Islam.”

The 63-year-old cleric who is one of the most prominent Shia leaders in Iraq and comes from a long line of active scholars was quoted in parts, saying in February 2020;

“It is obvious that the spread of this virus is an act of Allah. How do we know this? The spread of the coronavirus began in China, an ancient and vast country, the population of which makes up one-seventh of humanity. More than a billion people live in that country. The authorities in that country are tyrannical and they laid siege to more than a million Muslims and placed them under house arrest.”

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Hadi Al-Modarresi confirmed he’s been diagnosed with coronavirus in a tweet which came with a photo of him wearing a surgical mask.

See His Post Here: Hadi Al-Modarresi tweet after being infected of coronavirus

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