King Salman: We will face all who call for fanaticism
In his speech, he said that the Kingdom will face whoever is calling for religious extremism or fanaticism
Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz inaugurated the works of the first year of the seventh session of the Shoura Council on Wednesday.
In his speech, he said that the Kingdom is steadily working to adapt to the challenges it is encountering, adding that it will face whoever is calling for religious extremism or fanaticism.
The Saudi king also said that the Kingdom supports any political solution to international crises in order to pave the way for development efforts. He added: “We will continue our cooperation with the international community to restore world peace. Saudi Arabia will deploy all possible efforts to protect the state and society and to serve the Two Holy Mosques.”
King Salman explained that the 2030 vision of Saudi Arabia aims to provide a decent livelihood for citizens. The economic reforms depend on the fair redistribution of resources; all parties shall provide the Council with all what is necessary for the reports.
Regarding Yemen, King Salman said that the security of Yemen and the Saudi kingdom is intertwined, adding that the Kingdom does not seek to interfere in Yemen’s internal affairs. He said “we deployed all our efforts to protect the state and the security of the society and we work hard to serve the Two Holy Mosques. Our country was founded on the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger.” He added: “Extremism was always rejected and we have always been a religion of moderation.”
King Salman also pointed out that the economic reforms depend on the fair redistribution of resources. He believes that the political solution to international crises is the right option to bring peace, stressing that “they support any political solution to international crises in order to pave the way for development efforts. We will continue to cooperate with the international community to restore world peace.”
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