As part of efforts to boost female participation in Saudi society. The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques hired more than 200 women this year.
Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sudais, imam of the Grand Mosque in Makkah and president of the general presidency. Met with locals and discussed women’s responsibilities and engagement in mosque matters. During a visit to the Haramain pavilion at the Riyadh International Book Fair on Sunday. Which was the last day of the festival.
“Women have a clear route in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Also we have given our sisters who have doctorates and master’s degrees an opportunity,” he added.
General Presidency efforts to promote Saudi Vision 2030
“We support our authorities in their efforts to promote Saudi Vision 2030. Which aims to empower women and inspire young. Women have had enormous success in the White House. Which the media should recognize and celebrate.”
Al-Sudais was specifically got a tour of the pavilion and its contents. Including the King Abdulaziz Complex’s collection for the Kaaba’s covering. Which explained the phases of production, including weaving and dyeing. As well as a display of rare manuscripts and scientific publications.
“Women had an important part in the formation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”. Today, the Kingdom is dedicate to empowering women in accordance with its Islamic principles. Also national identity through its Vision 2030.
“Today, youngsters make about 90% of the presidency’s members in a variety of disciplines,” he continued.
Dr. Al-Anoud Al-Aboud and Dr. Fatima Al-Rashoud got to be the assistants to Al-Sudais’ office in August. In addition to other prominent positions within the organization.
“We are attempting to restore women to their proper and sufficient role. Also dictated by our faith and implemented by our authorities,” he added.
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During the 10-day event, the book fair, which is consider as the largest in the region, 1,000 publishing firms participated.
Throughout the event, which culminated with a fireworks show above the exposition center. There were cultural displays and guest talks, as well as interactive activities, children’s booths, and reading stations.
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