Hajj at high point a year after deadly stampede
The New Indian Express
MUZDALIFAH: The hajj reached its high point Sunday when Muslims from across the world converged on a stony hill in Saudi Arabia, a year after the worst tragedy in the pilgrimage’s history. More than 1.8 million people gathered from sunrise to sunset at …
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