Saudi Arabia Took Into Account Interests of Visitors of the Two Holy Mosques in Accordance with Islamic Law, Chair of Hajj Committee of Pakistani Senate Says

Islamabad, Chair of the Hajj and Umrah Committee of the Pakistani Senate Dr. Abdulkarim Bakhsh highlighted that the precautionary measures taken by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to counter the spread of coronavirus, including the decision to temporarily suspend the entrance of the visitors to the Prophet's Mosque and Umrah performs, indicating that the Kingdom has taken into account the Islamic law that came as a mercy and facilitation for Muslims.

Dr. Bakhsh expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Government of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Royal Highness the Crown for their care and service to Islam and Muslims and their causes.

Source: Saudi Press Agency