Gulf media is reporting that a Dubai police official has urged Qatar Global Muslim Brotherhood leader Youssef Qaradawi to stop what from what is describing as insulting the UAE following televised comments in which he accused the UAE of being against Islamic rule. According to a Gulf News report:
January 24, 2014 Qatar was urged to stop a cleric from continuing to insult the UAE, following a televised Friday prayer sermon in which he accused the UAE of being ‘against Islamic rule’.
The Egyptian-born Yousuf Al Qaradawi, speaking live on Qatari state TV from a Doha mosque, was talking about the developments in Egypt that followed the ouster of former president Mohammad Mursi, a Muslim Brotherhood leader, last July by a popular uprising.
Al Qaradawi heads the Muslim Brotherhood affiliated International Federation of Muslim Scholars (IFMS). He said the new Egyptian administration was ‘ruling against Allah’s will’ and that Mursi must be reinstated to realise a government by Islamic rule.