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Haj pilgrims gather for second day of stoning of devil ritual

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Haj pilgrims gather for second day of stoning of devil ritual

Haj pilgrims gather for second day of stoning of devil ritual

Muslim pilgrims in Saudi Arabia took part in the second day of the symbolic stoning of the devil near Mecca on Saturday but maintained social distancing in a ritual that usually brings millions of worshippers from all over the world shoulder to shoulder.

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Worshippers observe final day of Hajj amid COVID-19 restrictions [Video]

Worshippers observe final day of Hajj amid COVID-19 restrictions

Muslim pilgrims cast sanitised pebbles as they "stoned the devil" in the last major ritual of the hajj, which the Saudi king acknowledged had been tough to organise due to coronavirus pandemic.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 00:50Published
The chosen few enjoy Mecca's Haj pilgrimage [Video]

The chosen few enjoy Mecca's Haj pilgrimage

Pilgrims performed their main Tawaf, the act of going around the Kaaba seven times, following the first day of a symbolic stoning of the devil ritual on Friday.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:03Published
Mecca's Grand Mosque perfumed ahead of Haj [Video]

Mecca's Grand Mosque perfumed ahead of Haj

Saudi authorities started perfuming the holy sites of Mecca's Grand Mosque and the Prophet's Mosque in Medina on Monday ahead of the start of Haj.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:07Published
Saudi Arabia To Limit Pilgrims To Perform Hajj [Video]

Saudi Arabia To Limit Pilgrims To Perform Hajj

Saudi Arabia will strictly limit the number of people who can take part in this year's Hajj pilgrimage. The Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca will be limited because of the coronavirus, according to CNN. Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Hajj and Umrah said they are limiting the numbers of pilgrims. "The Hajj will take place this year with a limited number of pilgrims from all nationalities residing in Saudi Arabia only, who are willing to perform Hajj.

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Muslims Muslims Adherents of the religion of Islam

People across country celebrate Raksha Bandhan in unique ways [Video]

People across country celebrate Raksha Bandhan in unique ways

People across country celebrated Raksha Bandhan on August 3 in their own unique ways. Women in Ayodhya tied Rakhi to idols of Lord Rama on the auspicious occasion. 'Festivals have no religion,' this was quiet evident when Muslim women in Kanpur tied Rakhi to Hindu brothers. In view of COVID-19 pandemic, people in Amritsar preferred to tie 'mauli' instead of Rakhi and made sweets at home instead of buying it from shops. They also tied masks on each other's face. In the national capital, people maintained social distancing norms while purchasing rakhi and sweets.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 03:22Published

'Lord Ram's wish': Ayodhya dispute's Muslim litigant gets first invite for Ram Temple 'bhoomi pujan'

Iqbal Ansari, who was one of the litigants in Ayodhya land dispute case, said he will attend the ceremony on August 5 will also gift Prime Minister Narendra Modi..
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Pilgrims respect social distancing during final walk around the Kaaba [Video]

Pilgrims respect social distancing during final walk around the Kaaba

Muslims pilgrims in the Mecca took part in the final tawaf on haj on Sunday by walking seven laps around the Kaaba, a stone structure that is the most sacred in Islam and the direction which Muslims face to pray.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 00:38Published
Muslim man from Raipur on 800 km journey to Ayodhya [Video]

Muslim man from Raipur on 800 km journey to Ayodhya

As the entire nation is eagerly waiting for 5th August to witness the ground-breaking ceremony of the construction of Lord Ram's temple at his birthplace Ayodhya, one man from Raipur has decided to travel 800 kms to be a part of this auspicious ceremony. Despite being a Muslim, Faiz Khan is an adamant believer of Lord Ram and it is his faith in him that gave him the courage to make this decision. Faiz started his journey from Chandkuri village of Chhattisgarh on 23rd of July and his goal is to reach Ayodhya before the ceremony on the 5th of August. Along with him, Faiz is carrying the soil of Chandkuri village for the foundation laying ceremony at Ayodhya. Chandkuri is said to be the birthplace of Kaushalya, the mother of Lord Ram and thus it is home to lord Ram's maternal grandparents. Faiz feels it is important to mix the soil of the birthplace of Ram's mother in order to seek blessings from the lord before the construction of the magnificent temple. Apart from his family and friends, almost everyone is applauding this step of Faiz and is alos helping him in possible ways to reach Ayodhya on time. Right now Faiz has reached Anuppur district is Madhya Pradesh which is approx 300 kms away from Raipur, the place from where he started his journey. Examples like Faiz are an inspiration for all and are playing a significant role in maintaining communal harmony and strengthening the secular bond of the nation.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 03:30Published

'It's Lord Ram's wish': Ayodhya dispute litigant Iqbal Ansari gets first invite for Ram Temple 'bhoomi pujan'

"I believe it was Lord Ram's wish that I receive the first invitation. I accept it. Hindus and Muslims live in harmony in Ayodhya. The temple's land is being..
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Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Country in Southwestern Asia

Saudi Arabia-backed group withdraws Newcastle United bid: Report [Video]

Saudi Arabia-backed group withdraws Newcastle United bid: Report

Saudi Arabia-backed group withdraws Newcastle United bid: Report

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 01:05Published
Saudi Arabian-backed consortium ends interest in Newcastle takeover [Video]

Saudi Arabian-backed consortium ends interest in Newcastle takeover

The Saudi Public Investment Fund has walked away from its takeover ofNewcastle. The PIF had been set to take an 80 per cent stake in the PremierLeague club but has withdrawn its interest.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:16Published
Muslims begin downsized Hajj pilgrimage amid coronavirus pandemic [Video]

Muslims begin downsized Hajj pilgrimage amid coronavirus pandemic

Up to 10,000 mask-clad Muslims begin the scaled back five-day pilgrimage as Saudi hosts try to prevent virus outbreak.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 06:10Published

Mecca Mecca Saudi Arabian city and capital of the Makkah province

Turks hold first Eid prayers at Hagia Sophia mosque [Video]

Turks hold first Eid prayers at Hagia Sophia mosque

Eid al-Adha -- the Feast of Sacrifice -- is one of the most important holidays in the Muslim Calendar. It includes the pilgrimage to holy city of Mecca, the haj, which is one of the five pillars of Islam.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:02Published

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