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IT Ministry plans to digitize Hajj operations

ISLAMABAD: Next year’s Hajj operation will be fully digitized in collaboration with the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications to make Hajj pilgrims aware of all issues in time and resolve any kind of complaints immediately. The decision was taken

UAE strongly condemns attacks on copies of the holy Quran in the Netherlands

The UAE has strongly condemned the attacks on copies of the Holy Quran by extremists in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the Dutch government to take responsibility to stop these actions. The Ministry

Saudi govt to enhance facilities for Pakistani pilgrims during Hajj 2024: Minister

ISLAMABAD: Caretaker Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony, Aneeq Ahmed on Friday said Pakistani pilgrims would be provided additional facilities and improved services during the Hajj 2024. He announced this after a comprehensive meeting with the Saudi Minister of

Minister suggests to use private airlines for Hajj flights

Aneeq Ahmed, Pakistan’s interim religion minister, has suggested using private airliner services for the Hajj in order to make the journey as easy as possible for its inhabitants. The statement comes after Pakistan’s national airline recently decided to halt a

Religious affairs ministry to host ‘National Seerat-un-Nabi Conference next month

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Aneeq Ahmed, chairing a consultative meeting on Friday, announced the organizing of the annual Mahfil-e-Naat and National Seerat-un-Nabi Conference in the month of Rabi al-Awwal. He proposed the theme of the conference

Saudi ministry issues guidelines over female pilgrims’ Ihram

Saudi Arabia has issued guidelines regarding the dress of female pilgrims defining what they can wear while performing Umrah and Hajj. The ministry issued a three-point advisory on X, formally known as Twitter, in which they directed women to wear

Halal or not? Islamic scholars rule on lab-grown meat

Meat grown in a lab could be considered halal, according to advice from Islamic scholars in Saudi Arabia to a US food start-up, as the industry begins to look into product certification for items that adhere to religious dietary regulations.


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