300 people with disabilities conducting a Mecca pilgrimage under national initiative
MAKKAH — This year, as part of a national initiative launched by the Ministry of Mecca and Umrah for the second year in a row, as many as 300 people with disabilities have arrived at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah for a pilgrimage to Mecca.
This initiative will enable people with disabilities and orphans from all regions of Saudi Arabia to easily and quietly make pilgrimages to Mecca in line with Kingdom Vision 2030 as part of the efforts of the Saudi government to serve them. The purpose is that.
The ministry is enthusiastic about providing them with escorts and appropriate housing with all the equipment they need in Mecca and the Sanctuary, given their condition. There are volunteers who serve 24 hours a day. —SPA
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