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Allahuma Labaik -Flying to Hajj

News Desk | Every year, over two million Muslim pilgrims from around the world descend on Mecca to perform the Hajj. With the convenience of modern...

Eid-ul-Adha 2017: Glimpses from around the world

Eid-ul-Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, is the second most revered festival in the Muslim world, which is celebrated to mark the end of...

Price hike during Ramadan

Beenish Saleem | Ramadan, the sacred month of Muslims is a blessing from Allah, for the entire Muslim Ummah. Muslims from all around the world...

Single Women allowed to travel in Saudi Arabia without a male...

News Desk | The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has announced to issue tourist visas to single women aged above 25. Single women after this momentous...

Saudi Arabia to launch tourist visas by next year

AFP | Saudi Arabia will begin issuing tourist visas in the first quarter of 2018, its top tourism official said, a first for the kingdom...

Pilgrims fainted on Karachi-bound flight of Saudi Airline

News Analysis | The return journey became the biggest trial for 300 Pakistani pilgrims when the Karachi-bound flight of Saudi Arabian Airline, that took off...

Hajj 2017: What you need to know

News Analysis | Around two million Muslims from all over the world have gathered this year (2017) in the Holy City of Mecca, Saudi Arabia,...

Stepping up the pressure: Saudi strong arms Muslim nations to take...

James Dorsey | Saudi Arabia, in a first move to pressure mostly Muslim states to join its campaign against Qatar, has persuaded six sub-Saharan African...

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