The Jordanian monarch, Abdullah II, was unable to return citizens to their homes, despite the replacement of the government, and the withdrawal of the new tax law, so the brotherly countries of the Gulf are expected to emerge from the crisis.
A Pakistani expatriate committed suicide from the top floors of the Grand Mosque and was taken to hospital. Investigations are continuing to determine the causes of suicide, despite the existence of an iron fence to protect the perimeter of the entire surface.
The Pakistani expatriate is 35 years old and decided to end his life by jumping from the roof of the Grand Mosque to the Tawaf Table on the ground floor;
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Tunis responded to the artist Latifa about preventing her from entering the Kingdom.
The Tunisian embassy in Tunis said in a statement: "What Latifa El-Arfaoui, a Tunisian woman known as Latifa, said in a television interview about her long-standing ban on coming to the kingdom to perform Umrah.
During an interview with MBC, Latifa Al-Tounsia, the actress, revealed that she is banned from entering Saudi Arabia since 2011 and is deprived of performing Umrah.
Latifa said she had received a visa normally from the Saudi embassy in Lebanon and went there to revive one of the weddings.
Saudi king, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, requested the mediation of French President Emmanuel Macaron, before the military intervention in Qatar if it got the system "S-400" Russian missile.
The French newspaper Le Monde said that Salman sent a letter to the French president expressing his concern about Qatar's approach to a deal with Russia for the S-400 air defense missile system, which Saudi Arabia sees as threatening the safety of its airspace and warning escalation in the region. .
The State Security Presidency in Saudi Arabia announced that it had arrested a group of four men and three women on charges of organizing organized acts to circumvent religious and national constants and to link suspiciously with outsiders in support of their activities.
The descendant of the ruling family in the Arabian Peninsula, Nawaf al-Rasheed, a prisoner of the al-Saud
Nawaf al-Rasheed is the son of the famous poet Talal al-Rasheed, who was assassinated in mysterious circumstances in Algeria in late 2003, with both Saudi and Qatari nationality.
Nawaf belongs to the Al Rasheed clan, which until the beginning of the last century was one of the ruling families of the Arabian Peninsula. It controlled the Hail region (now north of central Saudi Arabia) and fought with the Al Saud family before it fell and joined the kingdom in 1921.
Arab Coalition in Yemen: The Yemeni government has offered the Houthis an exchange of prisoners, according to a Saudi statement. The offer was issued in Riyadh by Yemen's Information Minister Muammar Al-Eryani and Yemeni Human Rights Minister Mohammad Askar on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan.
The statement also referred to foreign detainees without specifying their number or nationality.