Local media reports quoted Saudi Health Minister Tawfiq Al Rabiah as saying that participantion in the Hajj season be linked to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, considering it the main condition for participation.
Those involved were Arab and Asian pilgrims, according to local media, who carried pictures of the bus engulfed in flames and with its windows blown out.
For the first time in the 1400 year history of the Faith, Islam’s three holiest mosques in Mecca, Medina, and al-Quds have been closed for Ramadan and public prayers are set to remain suspended during Eid al-Fitr, the feast concluding the fasting month. Only mosque staff have performed the five daily prayers and the Taraweeh, special Ramadan prayers, which have been broadcast to Muslims locked down at home due to the coronavirus which is savaging the world.
Saudi Arabia also cancels social distance measures and oks full capacity attendance at public gatherings, transportation, restaurants and cinemas.
An official said that worshippers will be asked to provide authorised COVID-19 vaccination certificate in their Umrah request.
"The system of the state of Madinah was based on justice and merit, even a general was promoted to the higher rank on the basis of performance. We can rise as a nation by following the guiding principles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).”
The robot works on distributing the water without human intervention and without affecting the movement inside the two Holy Mosques.
"Finally, I came to Makkah. I am the luckiest person because Allah (SWT) chose me and He brought me here. Masha Allah. Being grateful for the oppurtunity," Daud Kim writes on his instagram.
The Holy Mosques said on Twitter, “Agha Habeeb Muhammad Al-Afari, one of the oldest guardians of Masjid an-Nabawi, whom Allah singled out for serving the chamber of our Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), passed away today, Wednesday.”