Give Credit Where Credit is Due

I was sitting amongst a group of men in an occasion that happened to be after Hajj and one of the men brought up the subject of the Jamarat and how the Saudis restructured it to make it safer.  Then they started to complain about how it was done so inefficiently cost wise and it was probably riddled with corruption in the process.  I should have spoken out at the time but what they should not have said such things.  I have probably indicated that I disagree with many of the things the Saudi government does but when they do good, they should be recognized.  People should make dua’ for them that Allah increases the good and decreases the bad.

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