General Presidency concludes preparations for reception of Pilgrims
2008-11-12 - SPA - The General Presidency for the Holy Mosque & Prophet Holy Mosque Affairs has concluded preparations to receive the Guests of Allah for this year's Hajj. Speaking on the occasion Dr. Salih Al-Khuzayem, the Presidency Deputy for the Holy Mosque affairs said under the directives of The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz and with direct supervision of Prince Khalid Al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Makkah Region, the Presidency is launching tomorrow this year hajj season plans, facilitating services, opening the doors and guarding them, cleaning the mosque corridors and precincts, providing carpets, providing cold Zamzam water and other maintenance such as lighting, air conditioning and organizing movement of worshipers inside and outside the Mosque. 

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