African Non-Arab Countries’ Pilgrims Establishment Carries out Field Dispatching Experiment, at Mina Venue

Makkah, African Non-Arab countries Pilgrims' Guiding Foundation has conducted dispatching experiment for the members of the promotion of on-field service offices, at Mina, which was attended by the Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of the committees, at the foundation Dr. Abdulrahman Mohammad Ali Marih and board member Eng. Abdullah Siddiq Shaker and members of the committee.

During the experiment, the members have proven to be familiar with the specific paths of the groups, as they aim to throw pebbles and return, through following the proper ways in implementing the instructions and their commitment to the times of permission and prohibition of throwing, raising the pilgrims awareness to avoid observations that may occur, during performance of Hajj by the guests of the Allah, the Compassionate.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, Dr. Abdulrahman Marih, said that the Foundation of pilgrims' guides of non-Arab African countries is keen through these field experiments, to implement operational plans prepared by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah to proceed the pilgrims to the Jamrat facility, to ensure their safety and comfort.

In turn, member of the Board of Directors Eng. Abdullah Lashkar pointed out that the committee has set up an electronic application program to follow up its works for scheduling the dates for promotion of its pilgrims through a 24-hour operations room, especially the first day of Eid al-Adha and the following three (Tashreeq) days.

Members of the on-field promotion service offices and organizers of the arrival of pilgrims, among the foundation, dedicate their full adherence to the plans of the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah and carrying them, strictly, out, to facilitate, smoothly and conveniently, performance of Hajj.

Source: Saudi Press Agency