International and Islamic agencies appreciate Saudi Arabia’s Decision Regarding Hajj

SPA Documents Pilgrims' Farewell to Madinah After Performing Hajj

Saudi Arabia’s decision to hold this year’s Hajj with a very limited number of pilgrims from various nationalities who already reside in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reaffirms its keenness on preserving the safety of pilgrims and visitors, Al-Riyadh newspaper reported.

The paper added that since its inception, Saudi Arabia has spared no efforts in providing all various services for pilgrims in order to perform their rituals in comfort and tranquility.

The paper concluded that such a wise decision is supported and appreciated by International and Islamic agencies as it comes in line with the difficult conditions that the world is witnessing today.

Al-Yaum newspaper reported in its editorial that repeated attacks by Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by launching ballistic missiles and drones have received widespread international condemnation. The paper added that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is seeking to achieve peace in Yemen which is seen as the current option and comes in line with its directions and strategies in support of security and stability options and achieving regional and international peace.