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As around 2 million Muslims prepare to leave Saudi Arabia and return their homes, after the conclusion of a successful hajj season, the Saudi officials have released statistics of the hajj season.
More than 2 million Muslim pilgrims will begin leaving the holy city of Makkah, concluding peacefully the last of the solemn rituals of the soul-searching journey of hajj.
CAIRO – Over two million pilgrims continued on Sunday, September 3, the symbolic stoning of the devil in what has been so far ...
Making the journey of hajj easier to Muslim pilgrims, Saudi officials have completed pedestrian routs from Mount Arafat to Mina, passing through Muzhalifah.
Seeking forgiveness from Allah, millions of Muslim pilgrims ascended Thursday, August 31, Mount `Arafat, east of the holy city of Makkah, in the climax of hajj after spending a night of meditation and introspection in the tent city of Mina.
Hundreds of thousands of white-clad Muslim pilgrims from around the globe began moving on Wednesday, August 30, to Mina on the first leg of their journey of a lifetime,
Coming to life for less than a week annually, the city of Mina is ready to welcome over 2 million pilgrims - of whom about 1.8 million have come from across the world, a Saudi Gazette report says.
For months, dozens of Saudi craftsmen work hard in a factory in Makkah to prepare a special embroidered black and gold cloth to cover the Ka`bah, the holiest site in Islam.
Fulfilling her life dream, 104-year-old Maria Marghani Mohammed has been welcomed at Jeddah airport after traveling from Indonesia for Hajj.
Every year hundreds of thousands of Muslims from around the world travel to the holy city of Makkah to perform the spiritual journey of Hajj.