UAE Princess Warns Indian Businessman For Targeting Muslims On Social Media

UAE Princess Indian Tableegis

Despite the ongoing pandemic, Indians are still busy displaying their sheer hatred for Pakistanis and especially, Muslims. Time to time, the world, witnesses, the brutal treatment the Muslim minority receives in India and no one to turn for help.

Bearing a typical Indian mentality, recently, a Twitter user tried to pose the blame of spreading coronavirus on the tableegi jamaats. However, the hateful comments instantly backfired after a United Arab Emirates (UAE) Princess jumped in. Particularly, Princess Hend Al Qassimi of the Royal family called the tweets ‘racist’ and ‘discriminatory’ and took notice of Islamophobia.

Here’s what Princess Hend Al Qassimi tweeted

Calling out several similar posts made Saurabh Upadhyay, an Indian expatriate in UAE, the Princess gave a stern warning. Apparently, Upadhyay had been criticizing the Muslims after the Tableegi Jamaat congregation was held in March in India. According to many Indians, after the congregation, the number of coronavirus cases in the country has surged.

Princess Hend Al Qassimi gives a strict warning

Moreover, the Indian expatriate has also been accusing Muslims of spitting in food resulting in the outspread of coronavirus. Well, the Princess, along with the screenshots of the bigotry tweets gave out a clear message to all Indians residing in UAE.  With the example, she wrote, ”Anyone that is openly racist and discriminatory in the UAE will be fined and made to leave.”

According to the details, racist Saurabh Upmanyu has deactivated his Twitter handle after receiving the warning from the royals. Earlier, Princess Hend AL Qassimi had even responded to the expatriate’s tweets which are no longer available. Calling it rudeness, she reminded Upadhyay that his anti-Muslim behavior will not be neglected in the UAE.

”No one comes for free”

”The ruling family is friends with Indians, but as a royal, your rudeness is not welcome. All employees are paid to work, no one comes for free. You make your bread and butter from this land which you scorn and your ridicule will not go unnoticed”, she wrote.

Well, this isn’t the first time someone has told such Indians to not blame Muslims for the deadly pandemic. Previously, the globally acclaimed historian and writer Yuval Noah Harari had also sided with the Indian minority. It is indeed a shame that Indians instead of being a united front during these desperate times are busy showing their hatred against the Muslims.

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