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Saudi Border Guard Facilitates Hajj Procedures in Jeddah Islamic Port

Saudi General Directorate of Border Guard announced that it is currently facilitating the entry procedures of Hajj pilgrims who arrive at Jeddah Islamic Port, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

The authority said that they warmly welcomed the first batches of Guest of Allah and facilitated their transportation from the Kingdom’s territorial waters until their arrival at the port.

Jeddah Islamic Port has recently received the first ship of Sudanese pilgrims who will perform the fifth pillar of Islam this year.

Saudi Border Guard Facilitates Hajj Procedures in Jeddah Islamic Port

The Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani) stated that the port is currently providing a vast array of logistic services designed to facilitate the arrival and departure procedures for pilgrims.

Mawani pointed out that marine services play a crucial role in ensuring safe and easy journey for pilgrims. Such services include a marine control tower, marine pilotage, marine tugs, a passenger hall, and a special sidewalk for livestock.

Anticipating record-breaking numbers of pilgrims, the Saudi government and private sector agencies are currently collaborating in the operational plans to ensure the comfort and satisfaction of the pilgrims in and around Mecca.

The Presidency of Religious Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque has recently unveiled the operational plan for the Hajj season of 1445H. The plan is mainly focused on enriching the religious experience by launching 120 religious enrichment initiatives during 2024 season.

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

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