RIYADH – A top Saudi cleric on Friday blessed the Islamic summit that will be attended by Muslim leaders and United States President Donald Trump in Riyadh at the weekend.
“Blessed meeting that will bring together brothers and friends,” he said during the Sermon of Jumma in the Holy City of Makah.
He requested the participants to show realism and to stress the negative impact of interference in regional affairs.
The Imam of Kabba urge the two states (Iran and Saudi Arabia) to solve the conflict in Syria stem armed chaos provoked by terrorist and their sponges, he added.
US president Donald Trump is likely to address the 50 Muslim leaders of Islam during his first visit to Saudi Arabia at the summit.
Imam also asked those presidents who are attending the Summit to work together, and built constructive dialogues and cooperation.