With the countdown beginning for the amnesty period to come to an end, a crisis of sorts is brewing in Makkah region with several business establishments complaining of shortage of residency forms at
Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) Gov.
Heads of Haj missions from various countries heaped praise on the government of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah for the excellent arrangements made for pilgrims this year.
The King Fahd Causeway Authority established two lounges to facilitate the procedures for pilgrims, and provide all means of comfort for them.
A power cut in Jeddah Islamic Port has delayed the departure of two passenger ships heading for Sudan with 2,000 pilgrims on board.
Thousands of pilgrims are arriving in Madinah to visit the tomb of the Prophet (peace be upon him) after completing their Haj.
The Ministry of Haj has directed Haj service providers and firms to remove all garbage at the holy sites, and hand over the camps and the land surrounding them clean and tidy.
The Jeddah Islamic Port (JIP) is ready to take on the return journey of over 18,000 Haj pilgrims, most of them from Egypt and Sudan.
In a move aimed at countering the request of three female members of Shoura Council seeking driving rights for women, several women activists in the Kingdom have drafted a letter to be submitted to th
The Ministry of Health (MoH) has embarked on a unique project aimed at issuing electronic licenses to health facilities, staff physicians and technical personnel.
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