Since the beginning of Ramadan two million pilgrims in the Great Mosque of Mecca

Since the beginning of Ramadan two million pilgrims in the Great Mosque of Mecca Saudi Arabia has announced the performance of about two million Umrah pilgrims, in addition to distributing one million meals to fasting people in the Grand Mosque, since the beginning of the month of Ramadan, which came early this month.  Saudi Arabia announced, on Monday, the performance of about two million Umrah pilgrims, as well as the distribution of one million meals to fasting people in the Grand Mosque, since the beginning of the month of Ramadan, which came early this month.  Osama Al-Hujaili, the deputy chief of the affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, explained that "from the beginning of the first day of the month of Ramadan until the tenth day (Monday), nearly two million pilgrims were dispatched to the Grand Mosque," according to what was reported by the Saudi Press Agency.  He pointed out that the grouping "was carried out in accordance with the precautionary measures", without further details.  Umrah is intended to visit the Kaaba, circumambulate it and go between Safa and Marwa (in the Sacred Mosque), and it can be performed at any time of the year, unlike the Hajj, which is an obligation that is performed on limited days of the year and begins before Eid al-Adha.  The Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques also announced, "Distribution of one million fasting breakfast meals in the courtyards of the Grand Mosque during the first ten days of Ramadan," according to the agency.  The meals were distributed with the help of more than 8,000 male and female workers to distribute 120,000 iftar meals daily in the mosque's courtyards.  The month of Ramadan came on April 2, and Saudi Arabia allowed the return of the Iftar tables after a two-year permanent ban due to measures to confront the Corona virus, which the Kingdom recently decided to lift.

Saudi Arabia has announced the performance of about two million Umrah pilgrims, in addition to distributing one million meals to fasting people in the Grand Mosque, since the beginning of the month of Ramadan, which came early this month.

Saudi Arabia announced, on Monday, the performance of about two million Umrah pilgrims, as well as the distribution of one million meals to fasting people in the Grand Mosque, since the beginning of the month of Ramadan, which came early this month.

Osama Al-Hujaili, the deputy chief of the affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, explained that "from the beginning of the first day of the month of Ramadan until the tenth day (Monday), nearly two million pilgrims were dispatched to the Grand Mosque," according to what was reported by the Saudi Press Agency.

He pointed out that the grouping "was carried out in accordance with the precautionary measures", without further details.

Umrah is intended to visit the Kaaba, circumambulate it and go between Safa and Marwa (in the Sacred Mosque), and it can be performed at any time of the year, unlike the Hajj, which is an obligation that is performed on limited days of the year and begins before Eid al-Adha.

The Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques also announced, "Distribution of one million fasting breakfast meals in the courtyards of the Grand Mosque during the first ten days of Ramadan," according to the agency.

The meals were distributed with the help of more than 8,000 male and female workers to distribute 120,000 iftar meals daily in the mosque's courtyards.

The month of Ramadan came on April 2, and Saudi Arabia allowed the return of the Iftar tables after a two-year permanent ban due to measures to confront the Corona virus, which the Kingdom recently decided to lift.

Turkey strongly condemns the killing of a Palestinian woman by the occupation and demands investigation and prosecution of those responsible

The Turkish Foreign Ministry strongly condemned Israel's killing of the Palestinian woman, Ghada Sabatien, near Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, and called for an impartial and comprehensive investigation into the incident and for those responsible to be prosecuted as soon as possible.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the Israeli killing of the Palestinian woman, Ghada Sabatien, near Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank.

On Monday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs offered, in a statement, its condolences to the Sabateen family and their families.

"We strongly condemn the killing by the Israeli security forces of a Palestinian civilian woman who did not pose any threat, without prior warning," she added.

The Foreign Ministry called on the Israeli authorities to conduct an impartial and comprehensive investigation into the incident and to prosecute those responsible as soon as possible.

And demanded that it take the necessary measures to "prevent the recurrence of such inhumane practices."

On Sunday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of its citizen, Ghada Sabatien, 47, as a result of being shot by the Israeli army near Bethlehem in the southern West Bank.

The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, said that Sabateen (mother of six) did not pose any threat to the soldiers and did not carry a knife or a weapon.

Eyewitnesses said that an Israeli force shot Ms. Sabatien at the entrance to Husan town in Bethlehem, and she was directly hit, according to Anadolu Agency.

Witnesses indicated that dozens of citizens arrived at the site and succeeded in freeing the woman from the Israeli army and transporting her to the hospital. However, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced her death after she suffered a cut in the leg artery and lost a large amount of blood.

Also on Sunday, a second Palestinian woman was martyred by the Israeli army's bullets near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron, in the south of the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
While the official Palestinian Agency (WAFA), quoting eyewitnesses, said that the occupation forces fired live bullets at a Palestinian woman, which led to her severe injury, and left her bleeding on the ground, and prevented medical staff from reaching the place, until she died.
Previous Post Next Post

Translate / Choose Your Language

Answer / Free classified ads / Any information me ⤵️