PRIBUMI ONLINE, TANJUNG ENIM – Friday March 17, 2017, Ministry of Hajj and Umrah Saudi Arabia announced that the Shiite government of Iran will dispatch its citizens in the upcoming 1438 Hajriyah season.
This statement was announced by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah of Saudi Arabia after the Tehran Shia government declared to agree on the procedures and regulations that apply in the implementation of the pilgrimage to all Islamic countries.
Since the incident of the fall of the crane in the Grand Mosque and Mina during the Hajriyah 1436 Hajriyah last season, the Shiite government of Iran decided not to send his pilgrims in the 1437 Hijriyah season yesterday.
The move comes after the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia rejected a number of special requirements requested by the Tehran Shia government, such as demonstrations and protest rights for Iranian Shia pilgrims and special security for Jemaah’s country using Shia Revolutionary Guard armies.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia affirms that the rules that have been made equal and common to all countries that will send their pilgrims, regardless of where they come from.