JUST IN: Only Saudi Arabia Residents Will Participate In 2021 Hajj Exercise

JUST IN: Only Saudi Arabia Residents Will Participate In 2021 Hajj Exercise

6/12/2021 3:37:00 PM

JUST IN: Only Saudi Arabia Residents Will Participate In 2021 Hajj Exercise

Only intending pilgrims resident in Saudi Arabia will participate in this year’s Hajj exercise. Details Later....

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Very good. Let's see what will become of the annual pilgrimage budget.

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