General supervisor of "Jeddah season": The talk about "White Club" and "Nicky Beach" is a lie

General supervisor of "Jeddah season": The talk about "White Club" and "Nicky Beach" is a lie

The supervisor of the "Jeddah season", Raed Abu Znada, denied the existence of an effective anti-ethics or community norms during the events of the Jeddah season.

In response to the recent reports of irregularities during the White Club and Nicky Beach activities, Abu Zanada described the rumors as a lie, stressing that the organizers of the season are in compliance with the laws and regulations in force in the Kingdom.

Abu Zanada explained that the Jeddah season owners are "sons and daughters of the Kingdom" and are fully aware of what is in line with the customs and wishes of citizens of all age groups.

He called on citizens not to follow misleading video clips and to investigate the accuracy of information circulation, calling on everyone to take news from the official channels of the Jeddah season, whether through his website or his official accounts on social networking platforms.

Social networking sites in Saudi Arabia saw a storm of controversy after the opening of a branch of a popular nightclub in Jeddah.

The chain of nightclubs "White" opened a new branch in the waterfront of Jeddah, after Dubai and Beirut, but without allowing the provision of alcohol in it.

Activists traded a video from inside the nightclub, accompanied by a woman's voice, explaining the nature of the place she said would be a "respectable disco" for families that included "bar halal," adding that ticket prices would range from 500 to 1,000 Saudi riyals.

Source: Urgent newspaper


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