JEDDAH: Arafat Day, when Hajis stand in prayer on the plains of Arafat near Makkah at the peak of the annual pilgrimage, will be on Sunday, Sept. 11, the semi-official Sabq.org website announced on Thursday, quoting sources. It said no one sighted the new moon on Thursday evening. The Saudi Supreme Court announced on Friday that the current month will be thirty days long. Eid Al-Adha or the Feast of Sacrifice will be celebrated on Monday, Sept. 12, said the website, adding that Saturday, Sept. 3 will be the first day of Dul Hijjah.
King Salman calls Aramco attacks a ‘cowardly act’ aimed at destabilizing Saudi Arabia
- King Salman held talks with the King of Bahrain
- Said Saudi Arabia capable of dealing with effects of the attack
JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Monday has called the attacks on Aramco facilities a “cowardly act” aimed at destabilizing the Kingdom and disrupting the world's energy supply.
The king added that Saudi Arabia was capable of dealing with the effects of the attack.
King Salman held talks with the King of Bahrain in Jeddah on Monday for discussions about developments in the region.
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