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An account of one person's Hajj 'House of Allah'

An account of one person’s Hajj  ‘The House of Allah’ I was in Haram Shariff — the Holy Mosque — standing in front of Kaaba, my entire being in a state of trance, eyes glued to the magnificent image bathed in jalal and noor — the luminescence of the Almighty.

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Bin Laden Group wins Haramain Rail contract

Bin Laden Group wins Haramain Rail contract February 1, 2011 – The Saudi Binladin Group (SBG) has won a contract from the Saudi Railways Organization (SRO) for construction work on SRO’s Haramain High Speed Rail Project. According to the contract, SBG will design and build passenger stations in Makkah and

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Foreigners rename Makkah’s traditional neighborhoods

This area in Makkah’s famous Al-Mansour district is renamed Schizo by African migrants in honor of a tribal chief who came and settled here long ago. (AN photo) MAKKAH: Foreign residents of Makkah have started changing the traditional names of certain districts to remind them of their home countries. Al-Mansour

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Health requirements this year (2010) for performers of Umrah and Hajj

Riyadh, Shawwal 26, 1431 Oct 5, 2010 SPA The Ministry of Health has issued health requirements for performers of Umrah and Hajj this year (1431H) and informed the concerned authorities to circulate these prerequisites to Saudi Embassies and missions abroad, which should abide by all these requirements for issuance of

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Makkah and Madinah declared malaria-free cities

By SAEED AL KHOTANI | ARAB NEWS Published: Nov  17, 2010 00:08                Updated: Nov  17, 2010 00:08 MINA: Makkah and Madinah are malaria-free cites, said Assistant Deputy Health Minister for Preventive Medicine Ziad Maimish at a press conference on Tuesday. He announced that the cases of malaria infections found among

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British Muslims Fall Victim To Hajj Fraud

British Muslims Fall Victim To Hajj Fraud British Muslims have been warned of a rise in bogus travel agents ripping off devotees making the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca. Thousands of pilgrims who have booked to fly to Saudi Arabia this weekend are expected to find themselves with nowhere to

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