United Arab front needed to confront challenges: Crown Prince

United Arab front needed to confront challenges: Crown Prince


Saudi Gazette report

TUNIS – The Council of Arab Interior Ministers started here today their 34th session under the patronage of President Albaji Gaed Al-Sibisi of the Republic of Tunisia.

Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, deputy premier, minister of interior and honorary president of the Council of Arab Interior Ministers, headed the Kingdom’s delegation to the meeting.

The Crown Prince opened the “Islam and Human Rights” exhibition, organized by the National Committee for Human Rights in Qatar. The event took place in the presence of Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Bin Khalid Al Thani, prime minister and minister of interior of Qatar, and other interior ministers of Arab countries.

In his speech, Crown Prince Muhammad conveyed to the ministers the greetings  Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman.

He highlighted the importance of security for all nations, citing it as the basis for political security, social stability and economic prosperity.
This is why Islam has valued high the status of security and stated it as among the greatest graces bestowed by Allah Almighty, the Crown Prince added.

Arab security is facing internal and external threats, he said.

No single Arab country would be able to alone defend itself against the internal, regional and international threats without the cooperation of other countries, the Crown Prince said.

To achieve these goals, the Crown Prince called for an Arab partnership that leads to a fruitful and constructive cooperation to confront terrorism and other crimes

Then, Crown Prince Muhammad received a memorial shield from Secretary General of the Arab Interior Ministers Council Dr. Muhammad Ali Koman.


  1. Cooperation among the Arab countries is the need of the hour. The Crown Prince is right in urging for a United Arab front in order to confront the challenges facing Arab world. May Allah Bless and Protect the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.