The Grand Mosque Welcomed 22M Pilgrims in the First 20 Days of Ramadan

  • Publish date: Saturday، 15 April 2023
The Grand Mosque Welcomed 22M Pilgrims in the First 20 Days of Ramadan

The General President of the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and Prophet's Mosque reported that during the first 20 days of Ramadan, over 22 million pilgrims visited Saudi Arabia's Grand Mosque.

According to Sheikh Dr. Abdulrahman bin Abdulaziz Al-Sudais, the place of worship implemented a thorough operational plan to guarantee that a large number of Muslims and pilgrims could visit the location and carry out their prayers and rituals without challenges.

More than 1.4 million Muslims were present at the Grand Mosque on the night of the 23rd of Ramadan as reported by the president of the Grand Mosque.

About 57,6000 Zamzam water bottles were given out to pilgrims, while over 452,000 people benefited from the volunteers' services. The booklets and pamphlets have helped more than 115,000 individuals, while digital awareness has helped 120,000 individuals. The social and humanitarian services helped more than 98,000 individuals.

There are 6,800 beneficiaries, including elderly people and those with disabilities. Furthermore, almost 6,000 Umrah travelers who used Tatweef services (Umrah guide services) benefited from them.

The Presidency advised visitors and Umrah pilgrims to follow all rules and regulations at the Grand Mosque and said that cooperation between security employees is essential to maintaining security and safety.

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