More than 2 million devotees arrive at Mecca for the Hajj, 2                                         years after the deadly stampede. Source: Getty Images

Over 2 million Muslims arrive in Mecca for Hajj

Two million Muslims from around the globe have touched base in Mecca for the hajj journey. Two years after a stampede killed more than 2,000 admirers. Shia Muslims from Iran came back to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, after the greatest disaster in years.

A year ago almost 2,300 devotees along with 464 Iranis were among those killed in the stampede, prompting authorities in Tehran to condemn how Saudi Arabia organized the journey.

Despite the tension between the countries neither Iran nor its Sunni provincial adversaries want to drag this rift.The current year’s hajj journey likewise comes when the Gulf is soiled by a political emergency and ISIS keeps on battling in Iraq and Syria.

A blacklist forced on the little yet gas-rich emirate since June 5 has brought about Qatar’s territory, ocean and air to be gravely influenced.

This has likewise had a thump on the impact of hajj-related travel, in spite of the fact that Riyadh declared it was unwinding sure confinements for explorers.

Sourced from The Telegraph and The Economic Times

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