The words of the Holy Qur’an 2 have been censored by a Saudi-led coalition in the country.
“It is a matter of grave concern for Saudi Arabia that the Holy Koran is being used for propaganda, and not only in the Middle East, but in countries around the world,” said Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, the head of Saudi Arabia’s National Commission for Islamic Research and the Islamic Ideology.
The Holy Quran is a collection of more than 1,000 holy books that has been used by Muslims for centuries, as well as for political and social commentary.
In a statement, the commission said it was “disappointed and disappointed” that the Saudi coalition, which includes the United States and other allies, was targeting the Holy Text, which has long been considered a holy book by Muslims.
Its main goal is to make it harder for Muslims to read and study the Holy Scriptures.
Saudi Arabia and the other countries in the coalition are not the only ones that have censored the Holy Bible, which the Holy Muslim faith uses for spiritual guidance and guidance to followers.
Last month, the Saudi government banned the publication of a popular Bible-based book by Salman Khanna, a Saudi businessman and publisher who is accused of publishing extremist material.
On Thursday, a coalition of Muslim countries in Iran said the holy book’s verses had been “censored” by the Islamic republic, the Islamic Republic Today reported.
Saudi Arabia is one of the most important sources of funding for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or IRGC, which operates in Iran and supports the Shiite Islamic militias in the region, including Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.