Dubai: UAE princess Hend bint Faisal Al Qasim, who is known for being outspoken on world issues and against bigotry targeting Islam and Muslims, burst out at an organisation for inviting Zee News anchor Sudhir Chaudhary to the UAE for his utter distasteful description of Muslims through his TV shows.
The princes addressed Chaudhary a terrorist who she said spewed venom continuously to defame Islam and Muslims into the minds of Indians.
"How dare you invite an Islamophobe to my peaceful country?" she shot a piercing question to the Indian Charter Accountants Association's Abu Dhabi chapter, under whose invitation Chaudhary arrived in the UAE.
Taking to Twitter, princess Hend reminded the company that: "In 2019 & 2020, Sudhir Chaudhry ran shows on Zee News where he spewed venom against Muslims for leading anti-citizenship protests. He ran fake stories, targeting Muslim students and women for leading the citizenship protest in Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi & other parts of the country."
Hend hit out at Sudhir, accusing him of marginalizing the 200 million Indian Muslim's who were the target of his "Islamophobic" journalistic practises.
Chaudhary is one among many TV anchors who are accused of spreading hate against the Muslim community in India. He is also accused of starting a campaign against Tablighi Jamaat as the cause of the COVID spread across the country through his TV shows in 2020.
The courts that heard several cases filed against the members of Tablighi Jamaat who gathered at the Delhi Nizamuddin Markaz for their religious programme in 2020, had clarified the campaign against them was propaganda, and most courts that handled such charges had acquitted them or released them from jail.
Chaudhary recently visited Dubai for the coverage of Expo 2020 prompting many to ask the UAE rulers to ban his entry. But, the UAE rulers turned a blind eye to the call for such a ban.