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In smartphone age, the hajj is for sharing

Arm outstretched, Abdul Rahman sweeps his mobile phone across the vista of Mecca, the Great Mosque dazzling in the sun, so his son in Tanzania can experience the pilgrimage to Islam’s holiest sites.

Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca not excursion – operator

Intending Pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for Hajj have been advised not to see the journey as merely excursion, but as a mission to worship Allah and fulfil the fifth pillar of Islam.

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