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Saudi National Day: The Emergence of the Kingdom
Saudi Arabia's National Day, or locally known as Al-Yaom-ul-Watany is celebrated on September 23rd. This day marks the unification of the country as a kingdom and the birth of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The region first came under the control of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century. And it wasn't until the collapse of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I that modern Saudi Arabia emerged.
Saudi National Day Celebration
National Day is an opportunity for Saudi citizens to demonstrate their pride in the nation, celebrate their cultural heritage, and look toward the future. The Kingdom marks National Day with folk dances, songs, and traditional festivals. The people host Saudi flags on the roads and buildings.
An array of parades, musical performances, and fireworks displays are planned by Saudi Arabia's entertainment authority.
Saudi National Day Wishes
The people of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia display their patriotism on the National Day of Saudi Arabia by greeting "al-yawm al-waan al-mamlaka al-Arabiyya as-Sudiyya" which in Arabic means "Happy Saudi National Day." The citizens of the country wish for continued growth and peace in Saudi Arabia as they greet and celebrate the country's National Day.
Saudi National Day is celebrated by the whole kingdom. It is a day to celebrate the bravery of the martyrs, the role models of great Saudi leaders, and the success and harmony of Saudi citizens. This day marks the anniversary of independence, republicanism, or national unification. If Saudi National Day falls on a Saturday, the following day, which is Sunday, is a public holiday. Similarly, if it falls on a Friday, the preceding Thursday will be a holiday.
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