Riyadh "Riyadh Daily"
Homeland Honor

Despite the fierce media attack on our country and the multi-motivated inflammatory statements, our internal front has proved beyond any doubt that it is not only coherent but solid and cannot be penetrated or caused any kind of rift. 

These attacks have made us love and attach more and more to our homeland and leadership, and made us keener to support our internal front with all our strength. We are ultimately part and parcel of our homeland.

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz is the leader of our renaissance, a matter which witness in all the walks of our lives. 

His keenness on the Kingdom's development and the citizen's welfare is matchless. His care for the citizen's conditions is not something new but usual, out of his great sense of responsibility towards his nation and their interests, especially as we are in a generous country that has given us a lot and achieved our aspirations and hopes to be a modern state that upholds values and principles in a cohesive and unbreakable fabric that stems from a patriotic spirit that loves every atom of the homeland.

The today's visit by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Al-Qassim Region is a link in the series of the homeland's development and the sincere and diligent work in service of the honor and development of our country, which is considered an Arab and Islamic model in achieving sustainable development in a record time that has cut to the chase to reach civilization and progress and the ranks of the developed countries. 

The visit by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and opening of development projects are a natural extension to achieve the goals set by him and overseen by HRH the Crown Prince represented by the ambitious Vision 2030, which is a qualitative leap with solid foundations representing the aspirations of the entire homeland and including it from north to south and from east to west heading towards the honor of the homeland that we are obsessed with.

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