Saudi Arabia bans entry to holy sites without Hajj permit

Saudi Arabia bans entry to holy sites without Hajj permit

Security personnel will patrol all roads, security checkpoints, and corridors to prevent and control violations.

The Saudi Ministry on Sunday banned entry into holy sites without a Hajj permit.

A fine of 10,000 Saudi riyals will be charged to anyone trying to breach these regulations, and the penalty will be doubled up for repeat offenders.

Security personnel will patrol all roads, security checkpoints, and corridors to prevent and control violations.

Saudi Arabia bans entry to holy sites without Hajj permit
Saudi Arabia to allow only 'immunised' pilgrims to enter two Holy Mosques

Strict security measures are implemented to prevent entry to holy sites without a permit from July 5 to 23.

Any trespasser who enters the Grand Mosque and its surrounding area and the holy sites in Mina, Muzdalifa, and Arafat from July 5 to 23 to perform Haj rituals without permits.

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