The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO) has denounced anew continuous attacks against schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain, dismissing the acts of sabotage that target schools as categorically unacceptable.
In this regard, the Education Ministry's Undersecretary for Educational Affairs and Curricula and member of ISESCO's Executive Council Dr. Abdulla Youssef Al-Mutawa said that the stance was voiced during the 34th session of ISESCO's Executive Council, held in Rabat, Morocco, from October 7 to 9.
He noted that the panel reviewed a report on the continuous and systematic attacks of outlaws on schools in Bahrain, and condemned those unacceptable practices.
Dr. Al-Mutawa added that during the same meeting, the Kingdom of Bahrain was elected as member of ISESCO's Financial Control Committee for a three-year term, and will nominate an expert to the post.
He also said that Dr. Amina bint Obaid Al-Hajri, from the Sultanate of Oman, was elected as ISESCO's Assistant Director-General for a three-year term.