Saudi ministry launches E-service for financial cases, court orders

The services is available to those with an Abshir e-service accounts
Updated 17 January 2019
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Saudi ministry launches E-service for financial cases, court orders

  • The new service will allow users to check if they have any pending financial or legal notices against them

JEDDAH: The Saudi Ministry of Interior has launched an online tracking service for inquiries about cases and court orders within the Kingdom.

The new service will allow users to check if they have any pending financial or legal notices against them, which includes blocked services. Users should enter their ID number to access the services, which is available to both Saudis and residents with Abshir e-service accounts.

Users will get a code on Abshir-registered mobile numbers via SMS to be able to access the information. The website can also be accessed outside the Kingdom.

Since the announcement of Vision 2030, different ministeries and government agencies have introduced online services to streamline government procedures and facilitate the masses. 


Thousands of participants register in the upcoming Quran and Athan competitions

Updated 24 June 2019
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Thousands of participants register in the upcoming Quran and Athan competitions

  • Total prizes for the competition are worth $3.2m
  • The final stage of the competition will end on October 25

DUBAI: More than 13,000 participants from 162 countries registered in the Quran Recitation and Adhan competitions, the Saudi General Entertainment Authority (GEA) said in a statement.
The GEA allocated $3.2 million in prizes for the largest Quran competition and the first Adhan competition, which aims to highlight the diversity of the Islamic world cultures through the different styles of recitation and Adhan, and improve the image of Islam and Muslims globally.
The competition hopes to encourage the Muslim youth to recite the Quran and experience performing the Adhan.
The registration opened on May 22 and will continue accepting applications until July 22. The applicants will be then shortlisted from July 22 until August 23 as the competition progresses in its second stage.
The on-stage live performances will begin on August 24 and last until September 24 and winners will be announced and awarded throughout the final stage, which will run from September 25 and conclude on October 25.