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Aisa Radiallahu anha se rivayat hai ki Rasoollallah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam ne farmaya Allah ke nazdeek sabse bura shkash wo hai jo sakht jhagdalu( faltu ki ladaii karne wala) ho
Sahih Bukhari, Vol 8, 7188
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Jeddah residents demand relocation of polluting industrial u


The Jeddah Municipality in coordination with various government agencies is working toward relocating factories and workshops located in residential areas of the city. The move comes in the wake of demands from Jeddah residents to remove factories from residential areas.

According to a study conducted by the Industrial ...

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Rice price hike blamed on exporting countries


Powdered milk and rice prices have increased by 23 and 30 percent in the Kingdom, local media reported, quoting dealers and the food price index (FPI) released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry on its website.

According to the index, the price of a 40 kg bag ...

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New water strategy planned

Governor of the General Organization for Water Desalination (GOWD) Abdul Rahman Al-Ibrahim has stressed the importance of rationalizing water consumption in the Kingdom, pointing out that 10 percent of water saved translates into 10 percent savings in finance and building resources.


Speaking about the loss incurred by the ...

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Haia, MoH to promote moral values


The Ministry of Health and the General Presidency of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen efforts between the two bodies to educate society on moral values according to the teachings of Islam.

The agreement was signed ...

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Makkah region tops list of employment violations


The Ministry of Labor is intensifying efforts to apprehend job violators in the Kingdom through inspections based on studies and strategic planning which focus on retail trade and construction. The inspections are being carried out in major retail markets across the Kingdom and are concentrated in Jeddah, Riyadh and ...

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AGFUND alliance to train 100,000 Arab youth


The Arab Gulf Program for Development (AGFUND) and several other organizations plan to launch leadership, empowerment and poverty eradication training for 100,000 male and female Arab youth.

The alliance comprises the AGFUND, Arab Open University (AOU), AGFUND Microfinance Banks and the International Youth Federation (IYF), a statement said ...

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Sacked PISJ-ES principal steps down


Foreign missions have no role in the running of international schools in the Kingdom, claims a document from the Education Ministry presented to the media on Thursday by Sehar Kamran, the sacked principal of the Pakistan International School Jeddah-English Section (PISJ-ES).

Arab News could not independently verify the ...

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Firms offer English language courses for Saudi employees

With the Saudi economy growing, companies in the Kingdom have realized that proficiency in the English language is one of the best ways to communicate with the world.

And with Saudis being hired in various job positions, corporate leaders have stressed the need for them to learn English, although ...

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Eateries at Haj Terminal reminded of rules


The Jeddah Municipality has warned of stern action against food merchants located at the Haj Terminal of King Abdulaziz International Airport if they cause any inconvenience to pilgrims or indulge in violations.

The municipality said it would have zero tolerance toward merchants who don’t comply with rules. It ...

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Gas station workers get two years to correct statu


The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs has moved to grant fuel stations and car service centers a two-year grace period to correct their employees’ status in line with the new regulations.

The ministry said in a report that six ministries will oversee the work of status correction ...

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