ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan’s federal government has decided to announce new policy for Hajj, the Muslims’ yearly religious event offered in Mecca of Saudi Arabia, in
JEDDAH: Saudi government has arrested more than 19,000 illegal Hajj pilgrims including foreign, national citizens and sent back at least 46,000 journeyers before they reach
MINA, Saudi Arabia: Millions of Muslim pilgrims flocked to the Saudi holy city of Mina to stone pillars representing Satan on Friday, the first day
Makkah: Millions of Muslims pilgrims, marking one of the final rituals of the annual Hajj, celebrated Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice) holiday on Friday,
Makkah: Millions of Muslim pilgrims headed for the Arafah plain, 20 km from here, for Wukuf (the grand assembly), the pinnacle of the Hajj rituals,
Jeddah: Saudi Arabian authorities have enhanced the Kingdom’s security measures in order to ensure the safety of visiting pilgrims from across the globe.
RIYADH: Saudi King Abdullah, who has just returned to the kingdom after a month-long absence, has launched a huge expansion project for the Prophet’s mosque
Karachi: Pakistan International Airline (PIA) on Sunday announced its flight schedule for the Hajj, the largest pilgrimages in the world.