The delay in the rains observed this year does not surprise the general caliph of Tidians. Serine Mbaye Mansour, presiding on Monday, August 12, at Eid el-Kebir's prayer at the Tallavaan Cal-Kus Mosque, chimed in that "given the increasing anti-Muslim behavior of many Muslims in Senegal, heaven to show sinners in this holy land of Senegal that the life of this world is his. " To say that "when in a given environment the negative forces take over the positive, God punishes us well by disasters of all kinds". And he condemns "the religious trivialization that has plagued our country, only to point it out if we do not go back to return to the right path drawn by God, as the Prophet Mohammed (PB) taught." So he invited "Senegalese Muslims to repentance, respect and forgiveness."