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The Supreme Committee for the Celebration of the Prophet’s Birthday discusses the government’s plan to celebrate the occasion

The Supreme Committee for the Celebration of the Birth of the Prophet, in its meeting headed by Prime Minister Dr. Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtoor, reviewed the final arrangements to celebrate this glorious religious occasion.


The meeting, which included Speaker of the Shura Council, Muhammad al-Aidarous, Deputy Speaker of Parliament Abd al-Salam Hashal, and Deputy Prime Minister for Security and Defense Affairs, Lieutenant General Jalal al-Ruwaishan, Services and Development, Dr Hussein Maqbouli, approved the master plan for the central ceremony that will be witnessed in the capital, Sana’a on Rabi ’Awal 12, and sub-plans to celebrate this religious occasion. Important arrangements at the local level and the various previous and accompanying security, service, procedural, organizational and technical arrangements.


The meeting, in the presence of the ministers of the local administration, Ali Al-Qaisi, youth and sports, Hassan Zaid, water and the environment, engineer Nabil Al-Wazir, and the state for the affairs of the outcomes of the national dialogue and national reconciliation, Ahmed Al-Qana, endowments and guidance Najeeb Al-Ajji, listened to the report of a member of the Shura Council, Chairman of the Popular Mobilization Committee, Khaled Al-Madani, on the progress of mobilization in the capital and the provinces to participate The wide popularity is consistent with the great importance of this occasion and its affectionate position in the hearts and consciences of the Yemeni people, whose Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, his family and his companions have championed since the dawn of the Islamic call by carrying the banner of conquests to the corners of the earth.


The gathering noted the great interaction of the people of the nation with the various activities that were held during the past week .. Noting what the memory of his honorable birth represents in terms of an important annual stage for the renewal of the covenant to God and His Messenger, and that the Yemeni people will continue to maintain their approach to their love and glorification of the Holy Prophet and in championing the Islamic religion and triumphing for its values ​​and principles. The sublime and represents the great creation of the Prophet.


The meeting, which was attended by the Deputy Ministers of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Ali Sharaf al-Din, Electricity, Energy, Abdul-Ghani Al-Madani and Justice, Judge Saad Hadi and Culture, Muhammad Haydara, and Assistant Secretary-General of the Prime Minister Yahya Al-Hadi and Head of the Defense and Security Department in the Prime Minister, Taha Al-San`ani, called upon all Yemeni people to participate honorably and decent With them, their love and their support for the final prophet, in the central event in the capital’s secretariat and in the capital of the free provinces.


The meeting stressed that everyone is required in light of the normalization in the region of a number of countries with the usurper Zionist entity, to attend and broadly participate in this occasion to send a clear and resounding message to the whole world that the Yemenis are against normalization with the Zionist enemy and that they will remain firm in their steadfast position in advocating for religion, the noble Messenger and the cause The Palestinian Authority and the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people to regain their land and establish their state with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.


They praised the efforts made by the various bodies in the context of the preparatory process to celebrate the birthday of the Great Prophet, may God bless him and his family and his companions, and the interaction of ministries, institutions and local authorities in the capital, governorates and districts with the sectoral ceremonial program that was launched early last week

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