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Sheikh Al Sudais: Targeting Jeddah and Taif is a blatant and flagrant aggression

Sheikh Al Sudais: Targeting Jeddah and Taif is a blatant and flagrant aggression

May 21, 2019 - 16:05

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok) Imam-i-Kaaba Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman ibn Abdul Aziz Al Sudais has denounced missile attack, says targeting Jeddah and Taif is blatant aggression carried out by body with no religion.

Sheikh Al Sudais who is also head of the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques Sheikh Abdurrahman Al Sudais praised brave Saudi air Defence Forces that managed to monitor hostile targets soaring over prohibited areas in the provinces of Jeddah and Taif and destroy them.

He lauded the high efficiency, readiness, anticipation and vigilance of Air Defense Forces that defend the homeland and citizens together with safeguarding Kingdom’s sanctities. He also praised the great capabilities of the Air Defence Forces to destroy any aggression jeopardizing peace and security of the Kingdom.

Sheikh Al Sudais strongly condemned and denounced targeting Jeddah and Taif, stressing that these hostilities are carried out by a body with no faith in the Holy month of Ramadaninfo-icon.

“These hostile acts are issued by a body with no principle or a religion. It is a blatant and flagrant aggression.” He added.

Sheikh Al Sudais  said that the success of the Royal Air Defense Forces in dealing with any hostilities sends a clear-cut message to those who might be tempted to commit heinous crimes against the Kingdom.

In conclusion, Head of the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques Sheikh Abdurrahman Al Sudais prayed Allah to keep his country in a high position and protect the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his Crown Prince together with perpetuating peace and security all over the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile Arab Coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Maliki has said Yemen’s Houthi militias attempted to hit a civilian site in the Saudi border province of Najran with a bomb-laden drone. He warned that there would be a “strong deterrent” to such attacks.

The state-run Saudi Press Agency quoted al-Maliki describing the Houthis as the “terrorist militias of Iran.” He did not mention any casualties.
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