What is the truth about the beheading of the Saudi vocalist Ali Gharib in Saudi Arabia because of his poem (the guilt We loved the family of Muhammad)?

News being circulated from time to time on social media platforms that say: “Because the social media platforms publish the poem of the Hussaini vocalist Ali Gharib from KSA (the guilt We loved the family of Muhammad)”.

May God have mercy on you, as you have attained eternal martyrdom, God willing, a wish that has been fulfilled for you to be in the hospitality of the master of martyrs and with the youth of Battle of Karbala Ali al-Akbar and al-Qasim bin al-Hassan, thousands of prayers are upon them, a word of truth in front an unjust ruler that has brought you to your true desire”.

The truth:

The circulating news about the beheading of the Saudi vocalist Ali Gharib is completely false, and the latter is still alive, as he published a story through his official account on Instagram on the occasion of the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him).

Noting that no official agency or news website has reported similar news about the beheading of The vocalist, which negates the allegations circulated by pages on social media platforms. Click here.

Note: The news is circulated annually, as, In 2019, the fake news was circulated and denied on our page. Click here and here.

Likewise, in 2020, the fake news was also circulated

Also recirculated recently in conjunction with the anniversary of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) on the tenth Muharram, which is called Ashura.

It is called Ashura day among Muslims, which is the day on which God saved Moses from Pharaoh and coincides with the day on which Hussain bin Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad was killed in the battle of Karbala, so Muslims consider it a day of mourning and sorrow. Many other historical events also occurred on the same day.  Ashura is an official holiday in some countries such as Iran, Pakistan, Lebanon, Bahrain, India, Iraq, Morocco, and Algeria. Click here