The Saudi King: It pains us that the month of Ramadan comes in light of the suffering of the Palestinian people The Saudi King: It pains us that the month of Ramadan comes in light of the suffering of the Palestinian people

The Saudi King: It pains us that the month of Ramadan comes in light of the suffering of the Palestinian people

The Saudi King: It pains us that the month of Ramadan comes in light of the suffering of the Palestinian people

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz addressed a speech to citizens and residents of the Kingdom and Muslims on the occasion of the month of Ramadan, in light of the tragic circumstances and suffering experienced by the Palestinian people.

The Saudi King, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, said: “We thank God Almighty for what he has bestowed upon this country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, by making it the cradle of Islam by launching the message of Islam from its land, and specializing in serving the Two Holy Mosques, caring for them, and taking care of them and those who go to them, including pilgrims, Umrah performers, and visitors, and he honored it by serving the sentiments.” Holy Mosques, developing the architecture of the Two Holy Mosques, and undertaking their continuous expansion projects, is a source of pride and pride for the Kingdom’s leadership and people, and is what its kings have followed since its unification, at the hands of King Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman - may God have mercy on him - until this day, based on its pioneering role in serving... Islam and Muslims."

He added: "It pains us that the month of Ramadan comes this year, in light of the attacks our brothers in Palestine are suffering from."

The Saudi King also stressed "the need for the international community to fulfill its responsibilities to stop these brutal crimes and provide safe humanitarian and relief corridors."

The Saudi king stated at the conclusion of his speech: “We ask God Almighty to bring goodness and peace in this holy month for the Islamic nation and the entire world, and to perpetuate security, safety and prosperity in our country, and to accept fasting and prayers from us and from you.”

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  1. The Saudi King also stressed "the need for the international community to fulfill its responsibilities to stop these brutal crimes and provide safe humanitarian and relief corridors."

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