Sullying Saudi Arabia’s reputation is a ‘red line for Muslims’, says Islamic academy

Updated 01 November 2018
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Sullying Saudi Arabia’s reputation is a ‘red line for Muslims’, says Islamic academy

  • In a conference, the IFAA expressed solidarity with Saudi Arabia in all its efforts to achieve justice in the case of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

JEDDAH: “Based on its confidence in the wise leadership of Saudi Arabia,” the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA) expressed solidarity with the Kingdom in all its efforts to achieve justice in the case of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

During a conference organized by the IIFA, it said it is “confident that the judicial authorities involved in the investigation of this case will do justice and punish the aggressors.”

The IIFA added: “The history of Saudi Arabia serves as a witness of the credibility of actions taken by the Kingdom in order to achieve justice.”

Participants in the conference also expressed support for the Kingdom, describing recent media attacks against it as an offensive against Islam itself.

The Kingdom previously faced similar hostile campaigns but came out stronger, they said, adding that sullying its reputation is a red line for Muslims.

The conference also highlighted scholars’ role in educating the masses and enlightening the Muslim world. 


Moroccan king praises Saudi Arabia's efforts in serving pilgrims

Updated 18 July 2019
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Moroccan king praises Saudi Arabia's efforts in serving pilgrims

  • King Mohammed VI also urged Moroccan pilgrims to abide by the rules and regulations whilst performing Hajj

JEDDAH: King Mohammed VI of Morocco has praised King Salman’s efforts to serve Hajj pilgrims and provide services that allow them to perform their rituals with comfort and ease.

“We appreciate the generous efforts that our brother King Salman continuously makes to receive pilgrims and provide the best conditions for comfort and reassurance… and his keenness to improve the conditions of the Hajj constantly,” said King Mohammed VI in a letter to Moroccan pilgrims.

King Mohammed VI also urged Moroccan pilgrims to abide by the rules and regulations whilst performing Hajj.