Al-Aiban values King’s directives to allow Qatari pilgrims to enter Kingdom

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Chairman of the Human Rights Commission (HRC) Dr. Bandar Bin Muhammad Al-Aiban

Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH – The Chairman of the Human Rights Commission (HRC) Dr. Bandar Bin Muhammad Al-Aiban valued the directives issued by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman to allow Qatari pilgrims to cross into the Kingdom via the Salwa border post to perform Haj rites, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) quoted him as stating Friday.
He also valued the Monarch’s approval to allow all Qatari citizens, who wish to enter the Kingdom to perform Haj, to do so without electronic permits (e-permits).
Al-Aiban said that the generous directives to transport all Qatari pilgrims from King Fahd International Airport in Dammam and Al-Ahsa International Airport within the King Salman Guests Program for Haj and Umrah, reflect the care and constant concern the King accords to the comfort of the Guests of Allah.
Al-Aiban further said that King Salman’s order to dispatch special Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) planes to Doha to transport all the Qatari pilgrims to Jeddah and to host them at the King’s personal expense confirm the deep ties of brotherhood between the Saudi and Qatari people and clearly depicts his concern for all that is for the wellbeing of the Qatari people and his continuous care for all that is in the service of Islam and Muslims everywhere.
Al-Aiban concluded his statement by praying to Allah Almighty to protect the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince and to reward them for the efforts they are exerting to serve the two holy mosques, worshipers and pilgrims.

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