Saturday, 10 October 2015  -  26 Dhul-Hijjah 1436 H
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‘A letter from the Haj’ (Oct. 2)

 

 

Saudi Arabia is trying its best to minimize problems during Haj. Every year they introduce new methods and policies in order to address problems which have occurred in the past. The Kingdom is doing a great job. No country in the world can manage two to three million people who have gathered in a small area for five days to perform Haj rituals. Pilgrims are given tents to reside in and organized pathways have been created and facilities provided, which include first aid, cooling systems, security, etc. Even in other countries where international games take place over a long period of time in many different venues, fights and deaths occur. But such things rarely happen in Haj. Sometimes people die during Haj, but this is unavoidable due to the large number of people.  More emphasis must be placed on the positive things that the authorities have done. May Allah bless this country for its countless efforts to make every Haj successful.

Abdurrahman Ibrahim

 
   
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