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No permit to repeat Umrah during Ramadan - Ministry of Hajj and Umrah

Pilgrims are not permitted to perform Umrah twice during the holy month of Ramadan, according to the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah. Ramadan is the busiest time of year for Umrah pilgrims, and this rule is an attempt to reduce the crowds that form during the rituals. Trending : Know the Ramadan and Fasting rules from Holy Quran

No permit is provided for undertaking two or more Umrahs during Ramadan, according to the Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah. The pilgrim are encouraged to make due with one lesser trip during the Ramadan holy month.

- According to a Saudi newspaper, the government made it clear that the restriction is in place to help manage crowds, reduce congestion, and allow more people to perform Umrah.

- A warning saying "The permit issuance fails" would show if the same person attempted to obtain a second Umrah permission electronically, according to Nusuk, a Saudi government platform that facilitates Umrah procedures electronically. We are unable to permit the Umrah for second time to take place during Ramadan so that everyone has an equal opportunity to perform Umrah.

- The ministry highlighted the value of pilgrims adhering to the designated time window to complete the rituals, while also underlining the requirement of pilgrims obtaining permits granted from Nusuk applications in order to perform Umrah. The Nusuk app does not yet allow users to reschedule their Umrah appointment time. However, the ministry has announced that pilgrims can cancel their appointment in plenty of time before the scheduled time and receive a new permit if one becomes available. Most Viewed : Check how many sim cards registered under your iqama

Umrah visa:

During the holy month of Ramadan, the Grand Mosque would be flooded with pilgrims from all over the world who had come to practice Umrah and give prayers.

- Saudi officials have revealed a number of plans to make the pilgrimage easier and more comfortable in preparation for the expected inflow.

- During the holy month of Ramadan, Umrah pilgrims are allowed only in the circumambulation courtyard, which surrounds the Holy Kaaba, and on the ground floor.

- Also, in an effort to prevent crowding, officials have designated certain entrances and exits within the massive mosques for the use of pilgrims. Read : Gates for entry and exits in Makkah Grand Mosque during Ramadan

- The Grand Mosque can be accessed by Umrah pilgrims by the following gates, King Abdulaziz Gate, King Fahd Gate, Umrah Gate, Al-Salam Gate, and doors 85–93 on the ground floor (with the exception of gate 88), Ajyad Staircase, Ajyad Bridge, Shubaika Stairways of 65–66, King Fahd Stairways of 91–92, and Stairway 84.

- With the exception of the Al-Shubika staircase, which is reserved for use in emergency situations, the following exits are marked, side crossings 78–80, stairway 74, regular stairways 71–73–85–88, the King Fahd staircase, doors 75–77 and 81–83.

- On the ground floor, you'll find King Abdulaziz Gate, King Fahd Gate, Umrah Gate, and Al-Zubair Gate. On the first floor, you will find King Fahd Elevators. On the second floor, you will find Al-Arqam Stairway, Umrah Gate, Ajyad Stairway, and Marwa Stairway elevators. Finally, there's a roof accessible to those with special needs.

- The kingdom has recently implemented an enormous number of services to facilitate the Umrah pilgrimage of Muslims from outside.

- The tomb of the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) is located at the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, and Muslims with various entry visas, including personal, visit, and tourism visas, are permitted to do Umrah and visit Al Rawda Al Sharifa after making an online appointment. See Also : Road accident deaths climb during Ramadan

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