As hajj season approaches, the holy city of Madinah is preparing to receive more than 600,000 visitors who will visit the mosque of Prophet Muhammad before embarking on their pilgrimage.
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Revisiting huge success in earlier events, teams of enthusiastic Muslims have been invited for the second global da`wah day across the six continents, planned next Saturday, August 20.
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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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.