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Religious Affairs Presidency Launches Largest Operational Plan for Hajj 2024

The Presidency of Religious Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque has unveiled the operational plan for the Hajj season of 1445H, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

President of Religious Affairs Sheikh Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sudais has described it as the largest religious operational plan yet undertaken by the presidency.

The plan is mainly focused on enriching the religious experience by launching 120 religious enrichment initiatives during 2024 season.

During the inauguration of the plan at the headquarters of the Presidency in Mecca, Al-Sudais said: “This year’s plan is the largest since the establishment of the presidency with its purely religious specializations.”

He added that the plan is a successful outcome of the coordination and harmony between the Presidency and various agencies working in the Two Holy Mosques.

They collaborated together to launch numerous events and hundreds of religious programs revolving around scientific and guidance lessons.

Al-Sudais underscored that the current plan reflects the Presidency’s commitment to boosting volunteer and humanitarian work, as the Two Holy Mosques stands as an attractive destination for such efforts.

The Presidency has also approved the launch of 1,000 Quran memorization programs to spread Quran’s morals and moderate messages across the world.

Through this year’s plan, Saudi Arabia aims to foster the religious digital experience provided by the Two Holy Mosques.

The Kingdom has successfully integrated religious digital services, widely invested in technology and artificial intelligence, and professionally promoted applications and digital media.

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