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Saudi Arabia... The video of the word "The Young Muhannad" was circulated in front of the Emir of Mecca, Khaled Al-Faisal, and the latter's reaction

Saudi Arabia… The video of the word “The Young Muhannad” was circulated in front of the Emir of Mecca, Khaled Al-Faisal, and the latter’s reaction

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Activists on social media circulated a video of the reaction of Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, governor of the Mecca region, during a speech delivered by “the young Muhannad”, whose name appeared at the same time on Twitter.

This came in an event attended by Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, in which he announced the winners of the Makkah Excellence Award in its nine branches, as well as the winners of the initiatives of the Makkah Cultural Forum in its sixth session under the slogan “How to be a role model in the digital world.”

The official Saudi Press Agency quoted: “The Makkah Excellence Award won in the Administrative Excellence Branch of the Ministry of Sports, while King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah won the Environmental Excellence Branch award, and in the Urban Excellence Branch the Jeddah Dome project won, and the Scientific and Technical Excellence Branch award from the Ministry of Communications. In the Hajj and Umrah services, the Special Forces for Hajj and Umrah security won, while the Ihsan platform won the Social Excellence Award, and in the Cultural Excellence Branch, the Red Sea International Film Festival won, and in the Humanitarian Excellence Branch, the Saudi Red Crescent Authority and Fayez Al-Maliki won. In the Economic Excellence section, the Umm Al Qura Development and Reconstruction Company and Petro Rabigh Company won.

The Saudi Agency added in its report that Prince Khaled Al-Faisal “honored the sponsors and supporters of the award, as well as arbitrators and evaluators of the competing works.”

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