The Saudi regime launched for the first time in the Kingdom’s history the “Entertainment Industry Forum” during the Riyadh entertainment season, in a step up to distract Saudi society and cover up the violations and crimes committed against it.
Since its inception, many activities of the Entertainment Authority have been widely criticized for events far from the culture of conservative society, such as loud concerts and unprecedented mixing.
The Saudi regime is stepping up its controversial steps to plunge the kingdom into suspicious entertainment in order to distract citizens from public causes and continue its subversive plots at home and abroad.
The Forum brings together entertainment pioneers around the world, and seeks to create investment opportunities through the participation of elite global companies involved in the entertainment industry, as well as a number of speakers, a series of talent development workshops, the exhibition of entertainment industry, and the celebration of the ‘joy makers’.
Among the most important objectives of the forum, according to the “Entertainment Authority” on its website: “closer relations with entertainment leaders, personalities and government agencies, and discuss the process of building infrastructure in the Kingdom, especially with regard to the current promising opportunities for global and local investors.”
The forum is part of the Riyadh Entertainment Season, which began last Friday, and extends over 70 days, divided into more than 100 events.
The ‘Riyadh Season’ is one of the 11 festivals of the Saudi seasons launched since the beginning of 2019, with the aim of strengthening the Kingdom’s position on the world map of tourism and entertainment, and enhance the role of entertainment within an economic system supporting ‘Vision 2030’.
In recent months, the Saudi regime has flooded the Kingdom with suspicious steps of entertainment since the establishment of a special body in 2016, which has come under fire for its role in changing the religious and traditional character of the kingdom.
The Saudi regime on December 11 allowed the opening of cinemas after a ban of more than three decades, and the opening of cinema halls is expected to begin in March.
The number of restaurants and cafes licensed in the Kingdom to offer “live shows” activity rose to 132 in Riyadh, Jeddah, Khobar and Dammam, three months after the opening of the license to hold live shows in restaurants and cafes.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is pushing a coup against the Kingdom’s religious and moral heritage by opening up to entertainment and hosting foreign teams with astronomical sums to present a picture of the regime’s internal and external abuses.
Moreover, the Saudis are trying to achieve a number of objectives with suspicious practices, the most important of which is to distract Saudi citizens from their repressive regime and crimes and to raise money from large financial revenues for parties and events including pornography in the land of the Two Holy Mosques.