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    Sudais inaugurates carriages for elderly in Haram





    The General President for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Dr. Abdul-Rahman bin Abdulaziz Al-Sudais inaugurated the carriages for transporting pilgrims and elderly worshipers at the Grand Mosque.

    His Excellency clarified that these vehicles aim to facilitate the movement of pilgrims and the elderly within the grounds of the Grand Mosque with ease and ease, and they are among the services that the Presidency seeks to develop.

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    His Excellency stressed the importance of continuing to apply preventive and precautionary measures to them by constantly sterilizing them, and applying divergence in their tracks.

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    His Excellency also indicated that the Presidency has allocated a number of points that contribute to the movement of pilgrims from entry points to exit.

    His Excellency Dr. Al-Sudais recommended the employees of the Public Relations Department at the Grand Mosque to make more efforts to serve the pilgrims and the elderly so that they can perform their rituals easily and easily, and overcome all obstacles for them, according to the aspirations of the rulers of the matter – may Allah protect them.

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