Naif center earns global respect

Naif center earns global respect
Updated 17 January 2016

Naif center earns global respect

Naif center earns global respect

RIYADH: The Mohammad bin Naif Counseling and Care Center has attracted global interest for its experience in correcting terrorist minds and cleansing them from extremist and deviant ideas, according to an online newspaper.
International delegations from 35 countries have visited the center to learn from its experiences in the counseling of those who have indulged in terrorist crimes. Nineteen political delegations and 12 delegations from law enforcement agencies have come from North America, Asia, and a number of Arab and African countries.
The number of those who have benefited from this center in the last nine years has reached 3,081. Out of them, there are 121 people who have returned from Guantanamo prison in Cuba. Thirty-six groups have successfully come out of the center reformed since its inception.