Recently, which country in the Middle East has banned the Tablighi Jamaat, terming it a "danger to society" and "one of the gates of terrorism"?

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 Recently, which country in the Middle East has banned the Tablighi Jamaat, terming it a 'danger to society' and 'one of the gates of terrorism'?



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Saudi Arabia has outlawed the Tablighi Jamaat, describing it as a 'threat to society' and 'one of the gateways to terrorism.' The nation's Minister of Islamic Affairs issued a media platforms message instructing mosques to warn the public from interacting with them in the Friday sermon.

Saudia, earlier called Saudi Arabian Airlines, is Saudi Arabia's airline company, established in Jeddah. The airline's highlighting key location is at Jeddah's King Abdulaziz International Airport. Secondary destinations comprise Riyadh's King Khalid International Airport as well as Dammam's King Fahd International Airport. The airline is placed 3rd in the Middle East in regards to revenue, behind only Emirates and Qatar Airways. It offers scheduled domestic and international flights to over 100 locations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. Domestic and international low-cost companies fly, often during Ramadan & Hajj. It entered the SkyTeam airline group on May 29, 2012, making it the first Persian Gulf carrier to attend one of its three major air carriers.

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