Jordanian pilgrims return home safely after completing Hajj pilgrimage

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Published: 2024-06-19 13:42

Last Updated: 2024-07-13 17:31


Jordanian pilgrims return home safely after completing Hajj pilgrimage
Jordanian pilgrims return home safely after completing Hajj pilgrimage

Jordanian pilgrims who embarked on the Hajj pilgrimage have safely returned home on Wednesday.


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The pilgrims concluded their journey, having spent their final night in Mina, followed by the Farewell Tawaf around the Kaaba in Mecca.

According to Roya reports, Jordanian pilgrims expressed satisfaction with the streamlined and efficient entry process at the Mudawara border crossing into Jordan. On the Saudi side, they departed through the Halat Ammar border crossing.

This year, the official Jordanian Hajj mission accommodated 8,000 pilgrims. Additionally, 4,500 pilgrims from 1948 Palestinian territories participated in the pilgrimage under the Jordanian mission's umbrella.

Muhammad Al-Khalayleh, Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs and head of Jordanian Hajj delegations, disclosed that a specialized team had been established to oversee and manage any issues concerning unfortunate events such as deaths or missing cases involving Jordanian pilgrims.


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This team operates in close coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Expatriates, and Saudi authorities to ensure proper handling of such situations.