Naif University for Security Sciences pushes for the struggle against terrorism, whereas Al-Dakhisi emphasizes the fight against negative beliefs
Participants at the Naif Arab University for Security Sciences’ Scientific Forum unanimously agreed that it is a key strategy for preventing crime and terrorism, promoting inter-group harmony, and successfully combating extremism. Implicit for friendly relations and civil tolerance.
Based on this, the university sought to hold this forum with the intention of introducing the role of artistic and cultural works in areas such as combating crime and rehabilitating those with criminal and terrorist backgrounds to help them reintegrate into society, as well as emphasizing the importance of cultural and artistic contents in promoting coexistence between individuals, peoples, and civilizations in combating terrorism and extremism.
Khaled Abdel Aziz Al-Harfash affirmed at the ISESCO headquarters that the university, based on its status as the scientific body of Arab interior ministers and the body charged with carrying out Arab security strategies and plans, including the Arab media line for security awareness and crime prevention and the interim plans for items Arab Strategy for Combating Terrorism approved by the Council of Arab Interior Ministers aims, through its educational, training, and research endeavors, to combat terrorism.
Muhammad al-Dakhisi, the Wali of Security and Director of the Judicial Police at the General Directorate of National Security, emphasized that thinking must be met with thought, and that ominous notions must be met with enlightening concepts that eradicate terrorism from its roots. Without a doubt, the messages of culture and art are crucial for illuminating and purifying the brains of young people. out of the terrorism and extremism bog.
According to Al-Harfash, the university is hoping that these initiatives will help push for greater focus on quality and its scientific, technical, and media requirements for the development of media in Arab countries. Media institutions also need to understand the significance of the concept of security (the responsibility of all), incorporate it into their outputs in a high-quality technical form, and work toward the success of Arab media strategies in this regard.
In a broad sense, he emphasized how important the media is to reducing crime and boosting security. 99 doctorate and master’s theses were addressed at 20 scientific meetings and conferences hosted by the university’s faculties. Along with publishing 38 peer-reviewed scientific publications, 120 research articles, and 29 training programs, it also hosted 15 lectures and offered 29 training programs. Additionally, 12 regional and international events were attended by it.
Al-Dakhisi further emphasized that terrorist and extremist organizations only support concepts that support their ideology rather than those that come from the arts and literature such as music, poetry, theater, and nonfiction works. According to Art, all nations are urged to step up efforts at all levels to more effectively address these long-standing and new risks that cannot be addressed by relying solely on their own resources and within their limited geographic borders, especially those related to extremism and other forms of international terrorism. This is especially true in light of the frequent changes in the map of increasing crime in the regional and global environment, of which transnational organized crime is one of its main features. The Kingdom of Morocco has consistently stated that it is fully committed to battling this issue.
Al-Dakhisi made reference to the creation of a cogent, thorough, and integrated national strategy that takes into account all factors that contribute to extremism and terrorism and is based on a recognized international legal, human rights, security, religious, socioeconomic, and social approach.
He emphasized that the creation of new laws in accordance with international law and its particularities was a hallmark of the legal axis. Here, we should specifically mention Law No. 03.03, which was supplemented and amended by Law No. 84.16, which was concerned with the phenomenon of foreign terrorist fighters.
Additionally, the Moroccan government passed Law No. 43.05, which was later amended and supplemented by Law No. 12.18, to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
This legislation saw the establishment of new national organizations to monitor questionable financial transactions and carry out United Nations resolutions on counterterrorism, including the National Authority for Financial Information and the National Committee charged with enforcing the sanctions outlined in those resolutions.
And he believed that the human rights and security axis was given the highest priority within the national strategy by strengthening it with human and logistical resources, along with the creation of new security groups and the development of a national action plan that achieves the lofty royal vision intended to strengthen good security governance, in accordance with the new requirements of the constitution and in accordance with the principles of the rule of law and The Interior Ministry, the General Directorate of National Security, the National Council for Human Rights, the Ministerial Delegation for Human Rights, and the Nakheel Center for Studies have signed a number of firms.