Hajj is one of the most important and highly-looked after time in Saudi Arabia. Everyone from the Kingdom’s very own pilgrims make their way to Makkah on long journeys, foreign Muslims arrive from their respective countries and everyone’s on a united quest to worship for five days straight.
It is considered to be one of the most peaceful things that a Muslim partakes in to further uphold and be one with their religion.
The work that goes behind ensuring the safety of pilgrims annually is a lot, to say the least. A paradoxical statement in itself, perhaps, but one that isn’t far from the truth.
Here’s an amazing example as to just how the Kingdom makes sure that all worshippers arrive and leave in peace:
Saudi commander-in-chief directs his fellow soldiers on dealing with the visitors of the Grand Mosque, the right way.
A short video clip found on Twitter shows the Saudi commander-in-chief directing his fellow soldiers on how to treat and help out the worshippers at the Grand Mosque in Mecca.
Simple, straight-to-the-point and a perfect reflection of Islam’s vow to kindness and brotherhood.
A Saudi commander-in-chief directs his fellow soldiers on how to deal with the visitors of the Grand Mosque in Mecca.
قائد قوة الحج والعمرة يذكّر رجال الأمن السعودي ويقول: “يجب أن نحسن لزائر بيت الله حتى لو أساء لنا يجب أن نتحمل”. *مترجم للإنجليزية. pic.twitter.com/UcVmWMDZlS
— عـبدالله الخريّف (@AbdullahK5) August 19, 2018