Pilgrims from across the globe have convened for the biggest hajj pilgrimage since the pandemic infection. Saudi Arabia has admitted one million foreign and domestic pilgrims below 65 years of age to the annual ceremony.
In a ceremony held in the Arafat Plain, Iranian Hajj pilgrims voiced their disavowal of the infidels as part of the Hajj 2022. Representative of the Supreme leader in Hajj and pilgrimage, head of the Organization of Hajj, executives and pilgrims attended the ceremony.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has issued a message addressing the Muslims performing Hajj 2022 and called Islamic unity and spirituality as foundations of the annual event.
Hajj pilgrims pray at the Great Mosque of Mecca ahead of the annual event begins on July 6th. The majority of pilgrims have arrived in Saudi Arabia to visit the holy sites in Medina and Mecca before the rituals begin.
Pilgrims from across the globe are visiting holy sites in Medina in part of their Hajj pilgrimage 2022. Saudi Arabia has admitted one million domestic and international pilgrims after two years of COVID-related restrictions.