Tehran Bans Trade & Travel including Umrah with Saudi Arabia


Supporters of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr protest against the execution of Shi'ite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia, during a demonstration in BaghdadJNN 01 Jan 2016 Tehran : Tehran has severed its commercial ties with Riyadh, its government announced on Thursday. The move comes amid a diplomatic rift between the two nations following the execution of a prominent Shia cleric by Saudi authorities. Continue reading

Once Again Over 800 Muslim Pilgrims Killed During The HaJ Pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia


Muslim Pilgrms Killed During Haj Pilgrimage in Saudi ArabiaJNN 25 Sept 2015 MINA, Saudi Arabia— Once again More than 700 People were Killed and above 800 were Injured in the Worst stampede during the Rami Religious Ritual of the Hajj , Which is the 2nd Tragic Incident which took lives of Hundred of Pilgrims , during this Years Haj Pilgrimage  Continue reading

110 Muslims Killed By a Crane Crash in the Holy Kabba , During the Peak Hours of Holy Pilgrimage of Hajj


Crane Crashes on the Roof of Safa & Marwa Walkway in Holy Kabaa gJNN 12 Sept 2015 Riyadh : At least 110 people died and 184 more were injured when a crane collapsed at the Grand Mosque of Mecca ahead of the annual Hajj pilgrimage, the Saudi Interior Ministry said on Friday. Continue reading

Saudi Monarchy Barred 98,000 Pilgrims , Bans Quran Copies accompanied by the Pilgrims


Crowd at Kaaba ahead of upcoming Eid al-AdhaJNN 02 Oct 2014 Riyadh : Saudi Arabia has so far barred 98,000 would-be pilgrims from reaching Makkah after they failed to show the documents that would allow them to enter the sacred city in the western part of the kingdom during the Hajj season. Continue reading

Custodians of the Holy Mosques Serving Muslims or Earning Billions


Custodian of the Two Holy MosquesJNN 26 Aug 2014 MAKKAH — The Saudi Kingdom could earn about SR32 billion ($8.5 billion) from this October’s Haj, according to a study published on Monday, which predicted that two million Muslims would make the pilgrimage to Makkah. Continue reading