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Health Warning to Hajj Pilgrims Heading to Makkah

Health Warning to Hajj Pilgrims Heading to Makkah

Health experts from the Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK, a National Hajj/Umrah specific organisation working for the welfare and wellbeing of pilgrims, have issued a warning to Hajj pilgrims around the world who will converge at Makkah during the ...

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World’s Worst Cholera Epidemic in Yemen – A Serious Threat to Hajj Pilgrims

World’s Worst Cholera Epidemic in Yemen – A Serious Threat to Hajj Pilgrims

Health experts from the Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK (ABH), a national Hajj specific organisation, express their grave concern of the rapidly spreading cholera outbreak in Yemen which has exceeded 200,000 suspected cases, increasing at an average of 5000 ...

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Abh condemns foiled terror attack on the Masjid al-Haram in Makkah

Abh condemns foiled terror attack on the Masjid al-Haram in Makkah

Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK ABH, a national organisation working for the welfare and wellbeing of Hajj/Umrah pilgrims, expresses its strong condemnation of the foiled terror attack on the Grand Mosque of Makkah. A suicide bomber, who was hiding ...

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Corruption and Malpractice amongst Hajj/Umrah Service Providers – A Grave Concern

Corruption and Malpractice amongst Hajj/Umrah Service Providers – A Grave Concern

Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK ABH, a National organisation working for the welfare and wellbeing of Hajj/Umrah pilgrims, welcomes the statements issued by Saudi Arabia’s deputy chairman of the National Hajj and Umrah Committee, Makkah, Abdullah Bin Omar Qadi ...

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British Hujjaj Association expresses grief over death of Jordanian pilgrims

British Hujjaj Association expresses grief over death of Jordanian pilgrims

AMMAN — The Association of British Hujjaj (pilgrims) UK (ABH) expressed its grief over the death of five Jordanian pilgrims on Friday, in a road accident in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, a statement from the association said on Monday. “We are all ...

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Saudi-Indonesian collaboration to enhance Health and Safety Arrangements for Pilgrims welcomed by ABH

Saudi-Indonesian collaboration to enhance Health and Safety Arrangements for Pilgrims welcomed by ABH

Health experts from Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK welcome the agreement signed by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Indonesia during the recent visit of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to address common health problems, such as national and international ...

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Saudi initiative to combat corruption welcomed by British Muslims

Saudi initiative to combat corruption welcomed by British Muslims

Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK (ABH), a national Hajj specific organisation, working for the welfare and wellbeing of British Hajj/Umrah pilgrims, welcomes the initiative taken by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to combat and reduce corruption, such as trading in ...

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Milestone crown court judgement on hajj fraud welcomed by British Muslims

Milestone crown court judgement on hajj fraud welcomed by British Muslims

Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) UK ABH, a national Hajj/Umrah specific charity organisation working for the welfare and wellbeing of pilgrims welcomes the Leicester Crown Court judgement to sentence the director of the Hajj firm Ashton Travels, Manchester – Babar ...

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British Muslims express grief over the tragic death of Umrah pilgrims in road accident

British Muslims express grief over the tragic death of Umrah pilgrims in road accident

The Association of British Hujjaj (pilgrims) UK (ABH) – a national Hajj and Umrah specific welfare organisation expresses their deepest sorrow and sadness at the death of Umrah pilgrims who were travelling between Makkah and Madinah in Saudi Arabia when their ...

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UK-based haj group urges zero tolerance on rogue operators

UK-based haj group urges zero tolerance on rogue operators

A UK-based organisation that works for the welfare and wellbeing of pilgrims to Saudi Arabia has urged authorities to adopt a zero tolerance policy on haj operators who exploit their customers. The call by the Association of British Hujjaj (Pilgrims) ...

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