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We have also seen a series of clicks from the stars who have shared them on their Instagram accounts. However, it looks like Selena Gomez's visit to the Abu Dhabi mosque did not turn out to be very impressive. The young celebs visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque on Dec. 29 and now the celebrities are reportedly criticised for their behaviour inside the mosque.
The "Heart Wants What It Wants" singer flashed the bottom part of her leg in a hot pose in an Instagram pic which did not appear respectful. Exposing her leg and striking that kind of pose are considered disrespectful in mosque culture, reports TMZ.
Selena let out her leg and showed little skin wearing the burka which is now being criticised. Selena's"disrespectful" pose is not all that angered the leaders of the mosque. Selena, Cody, Gigi, Kendall and others photos taken inside the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is also getting complaints.
Mosque rules prohibit laughing and smiling, but all the friends were laughing in the pic which upset the leaders as it is breaking their rule.
This is not the first time the mosque leaders got upset. In 2013, Rihanna also visited the mosque wearing full clothes, but her poses looked disrespectful to the leaders.
A statement from the mosque references the incident, although it did not name Rihanna by name. "In the event of behavior that violates the moral codes of access to the mosque, or other visit regulations - such as taking inappropriate pictures, posing in ways that are improper in the context of sacred place, talking loudly, or eating - the violators are directed in a polite manner that reflects the civilisational and tolerant attributes of Islam,' the statement said.