Saudi will ‘not accept any behavior that undermines hajj’: Crown Prince
Prince Mohammed underlined the readiness of all sectors especially the security services to provide best security to pilgrims
During a meeting of the Supreme Hajj Committee, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, who is also the Kingdom’s interior minister, reiterated King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz’s directives and keenness on providing the best services and security to all pilgrims.
Prince Mohammed highlighted the readiness of all sectors especially security services to provide the best protection for pilgrims, and to deal decisively with any undermining of pilgrims’ security and safety. He also stated that the kingdom had not accepted and would not accept any behavior, or act that undermined Hajj. Any violation would be dealt with utmost decisiveness, he said.
He urged pilgrims to devote themselves to performing Hajj away from acts and slogans contradicting Islam, undermining Hajj and hurting pilgrims’ feelings.
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