Saudi Security Aviation performs operations over Madinah

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The Saudi General Security Aviation Command continued its ongoing security rounds in Madinah. (SPA)
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The Saudi General Security Aviation Command continued its ongoing security rounds in Madinah. (SPA)
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The Saudi General Security Aviation Command continued its ongoing security rounds in Madinah. (SPA)
Updated 14 August 2018
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Saudi Security Aviation performs operations over Madinah

MADINAH: The Saudi General Security Aviation Command continued its ongoing security rounds in Madinah by monitoring the security situation in the city, and by providing assistance to governmental bodies as part of this year Hajj plan.
The Aviation Command carries out security operations over the holy sites visited by pilgrims during Hajj season.
It provides logistical support for various fields tasked with serving the pilgrims.
The Command carried out an exploratory tour in Madinah led by Lt. Col. Captain Mohamad Al-Harbi and Captain Turki Al-Duhmosh, as well as Captain Abdelelah Al-Zahrani.
During this latest round, it monitored the security situation and the traffic at sites and pathways frequented by pilgrims, such as the Prophet’s Mosque, prominent mosques in the city and other areas, and keeping pace with the pilgrimage between Madinah and Makkah.


Art exhibition in Riyadh sees high turnout ahead of Saudi National Day

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Art exhibition in Riyadh sees high turnout ahead of Saudi National Day

  • The Nation of Honor and Dignity Exhibition is taking place at Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton hotel until Tuesday.
  • The exhibition contains more than 140 works by 125 male and female artists.

JEDDAH: The Nation of Honor and Dignity Exhibition, organized by the Saudi Art Association (GSFT), saw a high turnout on Saturday on the occasion of the Kingdom’s 88th National Day.
The exhibition, which contains more than 140 works by 125 male and female artists, is taking place at Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton hotel until Tuesday.
GSFT Chairwoman Manal Al-Rowaished said the association works to promote Saudi fine arts and support artists by organizing exhibitions, interactive shows, workshops and cultural evenings.
The GSFT makes sure to participate in National Day celebrations, and the title of this year’s exhibition reflects the honor and dignity that the Kingdom provides locally and internationally, she added. The exhibited works reflect “the reality, culture and history of the Kingdom,” she said.
Al-Rowaished congratulated the king and crown prince on the occasion of the National Day, and thanked Prince Faisal bin Mohammed bin Saud, the GSFT’s honorary president and its main supporter.
Artist Saad Al-Hussein’s work highlights the Kingdom’s architectural heritage. Ghadi Mousaed Al-Zahrani, an artist with special needs, presented a live painting show for visitors, as did Abdul Aziz Al-Debl.
Artist Ghaliya Al-Mazeed encouraged visitors with special needs of all ages to paint or write something that expresses their love of their nation.
Nasser Al-Kherji’s work represents Saudi culture and heritage, and the security and services provided at the Two Holy Mosques.
Artist Fahd Al-Ammar presented an interactive painting that represents Saudi heritage, with authentic Arab horses and Arabic script.