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Hajj: The Jamra stoning has begun

Manama> Hajj pilgrims start stone pelting at Jamra in Mina. Pilgrims who returned to Muzdalifah after the Arafa Sangam within the Rapparth Mina valley carried out the stone pelting on Saturday. For the following three days, they are going to keep in Mina and perform the stoning. The primary day’s stone-laying ceremony was held on Saturday morning at Jamratul Aqba, the principle Jamra. Then he carried out Tawaf al-Ifada at Masjid al-Haram in Makkah. Afterwards, the pilgrims reduce their hair and alter into the particular garments of Ihram. The pilgrims then returned to Mina.

Six Gulf nations, together with Saudi Arabia, celebrated the Feast of Sacrifice on Saturday. Lakhs of believers participated within the Eid prayers held in Makkah and Madinah Haram mosques. Seven stones collected from Muzdalifah had been thrown on the Stupa, which is an emblem of Devil. Makkah Governor Prince Khalid Al Faisal additionally carried out the stone laying. Pilgrims carried out the stoning in teams. A separate time has been allotted to the occupants of every tent for the stoning ceremony. Within the Jamra, separate flooring and lanes had been designated for every group.

This helped in facilitating the journey of pilgrims on the Jamra Bridge. These from faraway locations in Mina reached Jamra stations by metro trains. Some teams had been additionally introduced in buses. The gates and 4 flooring of the Jamra are beneath the management of the safety forces. By Tuesday, the pilgrims will return after finishing the stone-laying ceremony and performing the farewell Tawaf.


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