Indonesia's haj quota cut by 20 percent


Ahmad Fuad Yahya, Bernama     Published     Updated     comments

The Saudi Arabian government has slashed the haj quota for Indonesia by 20 percent or 42,000 pilgrims for this year’s haj season in view of the limited space following the ongoing expansion of the Holy Sites, particularly the Grand Mosque in Mecca and Nabawi Mosque in Medina.


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Indonesia's haj quota cut by 20 percent

Ahmad Fuad Yahya, Bernama,

The Saudi Arabian government has slashed the haj quota for Indonesia by 20 percent or 42,000 pilgrims for this year’s haj season in view of the limited space following the ongoing expansion of the Holy Sites, particularly the Grand Mosque in Mecca and Nabawi Mosque in Medina.


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