What names are forbidden in “civil status”? – Saudi Arabia...

The Ministry of Interior Agency for Civil Status clarified through its Twitter account that there is no specific list of banned names, but rather there are criteria for selecting names.

The “Civil Status” added that the criteria for names to be regular is that the name must be registered without titles, and names that are not part of the name, such as: Al-Sharif, Al-Sayed, Al-Hajj and the like, are not recorded, and additional expressions are not allowed in the name field such as: known as such.

Al-Status stressed that it is not allowed to register compound names such as: Qamar al-Zaman, and it is also prohibited to register names that violate Islamic law, such as: Abd al-Rasool, Abdallat and the like.

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