Saudi agent opens new mosque in Pakistan
Al-Malki said the mosque spoke to an achievement in the fellowship between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan and was a continuation of comparable philanthropy work completed by Saudi Arabia
HARIPUR: Saudi Arabia’s diplomat to Pakistan on Saturday opened another mosque in the city of Haripur as a sign of the solid relations between the two nations.
The Kingdom’s agent, Nawaf canister Said Al-Malki, introduced the King Abdul Aziz receptacle Abdulrahman Al-Saud Mosque, in Pakistan’s northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, within the sight of neighborhood government authorities.
Developed to suit to 500 admirers, the mosque has been built as a component of altruistic tasks did by the Muslim World League (MWL) through the International Association for Relief, Care and Development (IARCD) in Pakistan.
Al-Malki said the mosque spoke to an achievement in the kinship between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan and was a continuation of comparable philanthropy work did by the Kingdom.
In lauding the MWL and its partnered bodies for their commitments, the minister likewise said thanks to King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed receptacle Salman for their uncommon thoughtfulness regarding philanthropic work and the administration of Islam and Muslims.
College of Haripur president, Anwar Gilani, expressed gratitude toward Saudi Arabia for its authority on the milestone mosque venture which he said featured the fellowship between the two nations.