The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs is implementing three welfare programs during Ramadan in Pakistan

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The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs is implementing three programs through the Religious Attaché in Pakistan during the blessed month of Ramadan for the year 1443 AH, in cooperation with the Islamic societies in various cities and regions of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

The Inauguration ceremony was held at the headquarter of the Religious Attaché in Islamabad, in the presence of His Excellency the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Mr. Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Malki, and the Religious Attaché in charge of Pakistan, Mr. Mutaib bin Muhammad Al-Jedaei, and a number of Employees of the Kingdom’s Embassy in Islamabad.

Saudi Ambassador stated on this occasion that these blessed programs are among those programs that the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz, may God protect him, Directed to Establish in the Holy month of Ramadan, in a number of countries, including the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the ambassador added that he had received from Pakistani brothers all thanks and appreciation for the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and for the Crown Prince, may God protect them, Asking the Almighty Allah to guide them for doing good.

On the other hand, the religious attaché in charge, Mr. Mutaib bin Muhammad Al-Jadaei, had explained that the three programs included 1,750 integrated Ramadan baskets, benefiting 14,000, in addition to distributing 12 tons of luxury dates, 24,000 copies of the Noble Quran and translation of the meanings of the Noble Quran in Urdu and Sindhi and Pashto language, and will be implemented and distributed in coordination with the official Islamic societies. Moreover, it will be implemented and distributed with the coordination of official Islamic associations.

 

 

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