Saudi Arabia has revealed plans to offer electronic identity bracelets to pilgrims during the annual hajj in September, to prevent any other hajj disasters after 2400 died in last year's stampede.
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As the holy fasting month of Ramadan knocks the doors, hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide are anticipating any news about the start of the fast.
Escalating tensions between the two country's representing Sunni and Shiite Islam, Iran announced on Sunday, May 29, that it will not attend this year's annual hajj, accusing its rival of failing to guarantee the safety of pilgrims.
Pilgrims in Makkah will witness a unique cosmic phenomenon next Friday noon when the sun aligns exactly with Al-Masjid Al-Haram, appearing 90 degrees above Muslims' holiest mosque.
As millions of Muslims anticipate the fasting month of Ramadan, the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah are expected to receive seven million pilgrims during the holy month from across the world.