Saudis reject extremism, king Abdullah says

Saudis reject extremism, king Abdullah says
17 Sep
 Makkah - Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah emphasized on Wednesday that Saudi Arabia and its people subscribe to only moderate thoughts and ideas and reject all forms of extremism.
He highlighted the important role being played by King Abdul Aziz National Dialogue Center in strengthening national unity and spreading love and brotherhood in society.
King Abdullah made the comments while receiving a copy of the center’s annual report at Al-Safa palace in Makkah, the Saudi Press Agency quoted.
He said the present situation required joint efforts to formulate a national strategy that would enable young men and women to understand the appropriate way of doing things and enlighten them about the Islamic values of moderation, tolerance and brotherhood and protect them from deviant thoughts and ideologies.

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