First Bahraini, Jordanian Pilgrims Depart for Saudi Arabia

The first group of pilgrims from Bahrain and Jordan left for Saudi Arabia on Sunday to perform Hajj.

Bahrain’s Minister of Justice and Islamic Affairs, Nawaf bin Mohammed Al Maawda, bid farewell to the pilgrims heading to Saudi Arabia for Hajj and Umrah.

The minister praised Saudi King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for their efforts in ensuring the comfort and safety of the pilgrims during Hajj.

Jordan’s Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs and Holy Sites, Mohammad Khalayleh, attended the farewell ceremony for the first group of Jordanian pilgrims on Sunday. According to state-run Petra News Agency, more groups are set to depart this week. During the ceremony, Khalayleh underscored the ministry’s efforts to address the challenges Jordanian pilgrims face on their journey to Saudi Arabia.

Khalayleh praised the ministry’s “great efforts” in preparing for the Hajj season according to a precise program. He also stressed the importance of adhering to the ministry’s instructions, as well as Saudi regulations and laws for organizing Hajj.

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