Hajj canceled, pilgrims reimbursed

Following the decision of the Saudi authorities to limit the number of the faithful this year, the costs paid by the Moroccan pilgrims will be reimbursed

The announcement was made by the Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs. The Royal Commission in charge of the pilgrimage has decided to reimburse the costs of the Hajj to the Moroccans who had to go to the holy places The operation will start from 1is July and will end on the 24th of the same month.

The persons concerned are called to go to any Barid Bank branch, carrying their national identity cards. The ministry also insists on compliance with the required safety precautions.

Bad news: no draw next year for the pilgrimage. The good news is that the same people registered this year on the official list and the waiting list will be scheduled for the next 2021 season.

Towards the end of the year, another meeting of the Royal Commission will make it possible to define the various arrangements for the operation of Hajj 2021.

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