Wednesday, October 8, 2014

HAJJ SESSION.........6TH OCTOBER


HAJJ SESSION

6 October 2014





















More pics later inshallah 

Friday, October 3, 2014

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Monday, September 29, 2014

NAMIRAH MOSQUE IN ARAFAH




Namirah Mosque in Arafat

مسجد نمرة بعرفات
















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Thursday, September 25, 2014

AL-ADHA WILL BE ON 4TH OCTOBER,2014





High Court announces 

Tomorrow is the 1st of the month of Dhul Hajja

Crescent of the new lunar month seen this evening,
announcing tomorrow as the 1st of the month of Dhul Hajja,
Arafat Day Falls on 3rd of October 2014,
Eid Al-Ad-ha the day after


1st Dhul Hajja: Thursday 25th Sept
Arafat Day: Friday 3rd Oct
Eid Al-Adha: Saturday 4th Oct



Riyadh, Dhu-AlQa'dah 29, 1435, Sep 24, 2014, SPA 

The High Court of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced here this evening that, according to testimonies of a number of adult and wise witnesses, the crescent of Dhul Hajja month of this Year 1435 H. was eye-seen in the skies of the Kingdom just after sunset this evening of Wednesday.

Accordingly, tomorrow, Thursday, will be the first of Dhul Hajja 1435 H. corresponding to September 25, 2014, the standing of the pilgrimage at Arafat mount on the outskirts of Makkah, which was fixed on the 9th of Dhul Hajja, will be on Friday corresponding to the 3rd of October 2014 and Eid Al-Ad-ha (Greater Bairam), will fall one day after that (Saturday) corresponding to October 4th, 2014.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Thursday, September 11, 2014

5 WORKERS KILLED IN MAKKAH





5 workers killed in Makkah as wall collapses


Civil defense and construction workers used heavy equipment to dig for workers buried under
a collapsed retaining wall at a construction project in Makkah on Wednesday.
Thursday 11 September 2014

At least five construction workers were confirmed dead on Wednesday when a retaining wall at the Jebel Kaaba project in the holy city of Makkah collapsed, the Civil Defense Department said.

Civil Defense rescuers and other workers, using heavy equipment, have managed so far to recover the bodies of five victims from the under sand and concrete that were used as retaining wall.

Word has it that about 20 people remained trapped under collapsed wall and the search was continuing.

The nationalities of the dead and missing workers have yet to be announced.

Officials said an investigation was being made to find out why the 15-meter high retaining wall collapsed.

Massive construction work is going on in Makkah, including the expansion of the Grand Mosque and related projects to accommodate the increasing number of pilgrims coming to Islam’s holiest city.

http://www.arabnews.com/news/628106


Concrete blocks used as retaining wall are seen at the Makkah accident site on Wednesday.