Pakistan has awarded Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with the title of ‘Global Influential Figure’ of 2018.
The designation was granted by the All Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) in a function held in Islamabad on Sunday. President Dr Arif Alvi gave the endorsement to Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki, Saudi Arabia’s envoy to Pakistan.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, otherwise called MBS, was perceived for his endeavors in supporting Islam and dealing with the Two Holy Mosques, notwithstanding advocating key philanthropic issues including Palestine, Yemen, Syria and the insurance of Muslim minorities, the PUC said on the event. He was additionally perceived for his support of Pakistan and the peace process with neighboring India, the council included.
The imam of Makkah’s Grand Mosque, Dr Sheik Abdullah Awad Al-Juhani, also graces the ceremony, where he encouraged Muslims around the globe to exhibit solidarity and fight against the rising Islamophobia.
“For whatever length of time that Muslims are joined together, no power on the planet can crush them,” he said at the fourth Paigham-e-Islam meeting in the capital that was gone to by several agents, Arab News announced.
Al-Juhani said he brought great wishes from the Saudi government. “Pakistan is a critical nation in the Muslim world, and we hold her in high regard,” he said. “Saudi Arabia is a harmony adoring nation and has constantly assumed a positive job in moderating the sufferings of Muslims over the globe.”
President Alvi said Pakistan had vanquished fear mongering through penance. “The entire world currently perceives the penances rendered by our military in the war against dread,” he stated, including that in excess of 70,000 Pakistanis had set out their lives to secure their nation and to find psychological oppression.
The Saudi envoy said his government had remained at the cutting edge of “serving Muslims” over the world.
“All Muslims resemble one body, and we feel their torment and tyranny regardless of territorial limits,” Al-Malki said.