Saudi Arabia is an Islamic country deeply rooted in human memory by its immortal work in charitable field, Dr. Al Rabeeah says
Makkah, The Advisor to the Royal Court and Supervisor General of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah noted the humanitarian and pioneering role of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in providing various forms of aid and humanitarian assistance to needy countries and peoples in the world, indicating that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been and continues to support countries in need to alleviate their sufferings and provide aid and relief to them.
Dr. Al Rabeeah also said the Kingdom is an Islamic country deeply rooted in the human memory with its immortal work in the charitable field, pointing out that the Kingdom provided nearly $92.4 billion to support 84 countries in the world since 1996 to date.
This came during a speech Dr. Al Rabeeah delivered today titled "Islam in the service of communities" as part of the 44th Grand Hajj Symposium, held in Makkah under the motto "Coexistence and tolerance in Islam" with the participation of a group of scientists, thinkers, researchers and prominent doctors from the Kingdom and various countries of the Islamic world.
Source: Saudi Press Agency