Is Tehran happy with Saudi Arabia’s treatment of its pilgrims so far… and what are its observations?

Abd al-Fattah Nawab, head of the Iranian Hajj delegation and spokesman for Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, confirmed that “so far the rites of pilgrimage have gone well.”

In statements to Al-Alam TV, Abdel-Fattah Nawab said: “In this year’s Hajj ceremonies, the age ratio was young compared to the previous year. the season for the Islamic Republic is at a good level.”

He added: “Every year we take new steps to make life easier for pilgrims. We hope that these rituals will be well performed for all Muslims, whether from Iran or from all Islamic countries.”

He noted that “the treatment of pilgrims in Saudi Arabia is going well,” adding: “But if there was a group from each country to provide advice, it would help the host country improve the Hajj and things would become easier. … We want the rest of the Muslim countries to be given the opportunity to help organize and advise.

Abdel-Fattah Nawab added, “Saudi Arabia has not prevented the organization of any activities for pilgrims, provided they do not cause inconvenience or inconvenience to other pilgrims.”

Source: “Mir”

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