God has prepared for this blessed country a successful leadership that has made serving the Two Holy Mosques among its first concerns, and God has honored its rulers by being a service to the Sacred Country and servants to the guests of the Most Merciful, and they have made this a feature that they are proud of and that nations are proud of in the past and present.

The Efforts of the Kings of Saudi Arabia to Serve the Two Holy Mosques The kings and rulers who took over the leadership of Saudi Arabia worked on serving the Two Holy Mosques, as they made many important expansions in its area and urban structure, the most important of which are:

The efforts made by the kings and rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to serve and develop the Two Holy Mosques continued, beginning with the reign of King Abdulaziz Al Saud and ending with King Salman bin Abdulaziz. All efforts were aimed at providing comfort, reassurance and tranquility for pilgrims while performing the rituals of Hajj. The most important efforts and urban improvements carried out by the rulers in the Kingdom included the expansions in the western side and the endeavor, in addition to the expansions of the eastern arena.

The expansions carried out by King Khalid in the eastern square of the Two Holy Mosques. The improvements made by King Abdullah for the endeavor. Developments and renovations made by King Fahd in the western side of the mosque.

King Salman’s Efforts to Serve the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz made a lot of efforts to serve the Two Holy Mosques, the most important of which are: upgrading the infrastructure of both the Prophet’s Mosque and the Grand Mosque and improving water, electricity and sanitation services in them. Completion of the expansion projects carried out by the former kings of the Queen in the external arena, bridges and the terminal. Completion of all expansion projects for the Grand Mosque and the Masaa. Developing transportation services within the boundaries of the Grand Mosque so that pilgrims can travel comfortably. Attention to the development and expansion of the central services complex within the Two Holy Mosques. Work on developing and improving the ring road that surrounds the Grand Mosque. Expanding and developing the hospital surrounding the Two Holy Mosques and preparing it to receive emergency cases that were exposed to health problems during the performance of the Hajj rituals. The Saudi government is working on orders from King Salman to develop the bridge leading to the Haram. Projects to serve the Two Holy Mosques The Saudi government is working on implementing a number of important projects to serve the Two Holy Mosques, the most prominent of which are: The facility's tunnels project. The project of the squares and the main building. The project of the central services station for the campus. The Kingdom’s Expansions to Serve the Grand Mosque The expansions that were initiated in the Grand Mosque extend since the era of Caliph Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, who ordered in the 17th year of the Hijrah to expand the mosque by about five hundred and sixty m2, but it was demolished after a torrential torrent occurred, but the expansions continued after that during the reign of Prince Othman Bin Affan, who expanded the courtyard of the mosque to 4,390 square meters. Perhaps the most important expansion projects witnessed by the Grand Mosque are the following: Development of the circumambulation courtyard The year 2017 witnessed a major shift, as many important expansions were made in the circumambulation courtyard of the Grand Mosque. After that, the circumambulation court received larger numbers of pilgrims wishing to perform the Hajj. Establishment of electronic glass doors At the beginning of 2017, a number of electronic glass doors were installed in the courtyards of the Grand Mosque. Beautiful engravings and distinctive designs for the glass of the gates were chosen to match the value of the Grand Mosque. These gates were designed to connect the new expansion buildings with the buildings located on the circumnavigation court. These gates helped regulate the entry and exit of pilgrims to the Kaaba and reduced crowding in front of the Kaaba. Renovation of mattresses The Saudi government also worked to renew the mattresses on the ground floor of the King Fahd Extension inside the Grand Mosque, where the ground was covered with more than 3,100 new carpets of the finest types and were perfumed with the most beautiful fragrant scents. Expansion of the Prophet's Mosque The Prophet's Mosque was built in the first Hijri year during the era of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, with an area of ​​1,050 m2. The first expansion of the Prophet's Mosque was in the seventh Hijri year after the Battle of Khaybar, reaching an area of ​​2,475 square meters. Caliph Omar Ibn Al-Khattab expanded the Prophet's Mosque for the third time, bringing its area to 3.575 square meters. During the reign of Caliph Al-Walid bin Abdul-Malik, during the reign of Omar bin Abdul-Aziz, the Prophet’s rooms were added to the mosque, and the hollow mihrabs and minarets were also introduced. During the period between 1372-1375 AH, King Abdulaziz Al Saud made the first expansion of the Prophet’s Mosque during the era of the Saudi state, while he led the second expansion during the period between 1406 and 1414 AH, which was the largest expansion in history, with an area of ​​98,327 m2. One of the Kingdom’s efforts to serve the pilgrims of the House of God is to increase the security personnel and men charged with guarding to create the appropriate atmosphere for the pilgrims to perform the rituals of Hajj. Facilitating the ways and means for pilgrims to enter and leave the country to perform Hajj without any trouble. King Abdul Aziz Al Saud worked to spread security immediately after his founding of Saudi Arabia, as he established a state based on order and security. Providing hotels equipped to receive pilgrims and providing them with all services.