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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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  • 09/28/15--14:00: Monitoring Haj accidents

  •   Mohammed Al-Osaimi Okaz   THOROUGH investigations into the Mina stampede is expected to reveal exactly happened in the Tent Valley during this Haj season and how it occurred. The tragedy has saddened all of us in Saudi Arabia like the kith and kin of its victims. May Allah shower His mercy on the dead and grant speedy re

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      Saudi Gazette report MADINAH — After a long long time in the history of Prophet's City, camels were not available in Burmese yards for slaughter during Eid Al-Adha. The change was due to the municipality’s ban on the slaughter of camels because of the Ministry of Healt

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      Saudi Gazette report   MINA — As curtains came down on this year's Haj pilgrimage, more than 160,000 tents in Mina have been dismantled. These tents housed close to two million pilgrims for about 144 hours. With tears in eyes at leaving the city of tents, about 500,000 pilgrims departed Min

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      Saudi Gazette report   MINA – A group of 2,500 Keralites have set an example of volunteer work by helping paramedics in providing healthcare services to the pilgrims who were injured during the Mina stampede, Al-Hayat daily reported. They also guided the lost pilgrims and offered free food and drinks to p

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      Ali Al-Rubai Okaz/Saudi Gazette  BAHA — Iran and its media do not leave any opportunity to malign and ridicule Arabs, writers and intelligentsia have claimed. Historically, Iran has never been an ally or a friend of the Arabs and it has always resorted to use its propaganda mac

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       MADINAH — The municipality ran a total of 9,851 inspection campaigns during the past year. Madinah Municipality official Mohammad Sulaihim said the campaigns targeted independent food establishments, butcheries, fish markets, restaurants, vegetable markets and fast food chains in shopping centers. The municipality shut down 143 establishment

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       AL-AHSA — Six butcheries were shut down for violating health and safety regulations during the past few days. Al-Ahsa Municipality official Qasim Al-Hazoum said the butcheries would slaughter sheep and cows randomly without following the Islamic and municipal regulations. The butcheries will be penalized for their violations, the official sa

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       JEDDAH — An Arab expatriate was found dead in a public restroom in a shopping center on Monday. Makkah Police spokesman Col. Ati Al-Qurashi said a cleaner of the public restroom noticed that one of the cabins was locked for hours. The cleaner knocked at the door but got no reply. He peaked into the door only to  find a body lying on the

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       TAIF — A Saudi in his 20s was arrested for reckless driving. The man was allegedly driving the vehicle on two wheels near a check point. Makkah Police spokesman Col. Ati Al-Qurashi said the man drove a vehicle on two wheels. The vehicle was not having any license plate either.

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       RIYADH — Eleven workers were injured as their toppled over on Riyadh-Qassim Highway. Riyadh Red Crescent said there were no fatalities. One of the victims suffered from severe injuries and the rest had from mild injuries. All victims were transported to the nearest hospital and the causes of the accident are yet to be identified.

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       DAMMAM — Human Abilities Development & Advancement Foundation (HADAF) conducted a workshop “Love Yourself” recently at Rose Restaurant in Dammam.  The founder of HADAF and a well-known personality development trainer, Nayeem Javed, exhorted the participants to explore their personality and make use of their creativity an

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      Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi renowned intellectual, writer and ex-diplomat, praised and thanked Kamel Agha. deputy chairman of Senate (upper house of the Parliament of Pakistan) and Sartaj Aziz, senator and National Security Advisor (NSA) as wel

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      Saudi Gazette Report  DHAHRAN — Toastmaster Mohammed Al-Qahtani from North Park Club of Saudi Aramco recently won the World Championship of Public Speaking competition held in Las Vegas after delivering his speech on “The Power of Words”. In all there were 95 participants f

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — Over 11,200 women have filed for alimony since the beginning of the current Hijri year, according to statistics from the Ministry of Justice. Courts in Makkah reported 35 percent of the alimony cases — highest  in the Kingdom &m

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH – A soldier was killed in a shell attack by Houthis from across the Yemeni border, the security spokesman at the Ministry of Interior announced on Tuesday. Ali Bin Fahd Abu Mahasin, a member of the Mujahideen wing of the Armed Forces, was m

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      Tariq Talabah Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Several Saudi and expatriate vacations have expressed their dismay at rest houses and furnished apartments demanding high lodging charges during the Eid-Al-Adha holidays. They also claim that these facilities offered services not commen

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      Mishal Al-Sudairi Okaz   SOME of us erroneously think that Europe and America are fighting Islam and Muslims. These are totally incorrect beliefs. In fact these countries have guaranteed the right of belief for all religions, sects and groups on one condition that they would not harm others or compel them

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      Saudi Gazette report MADINAH — A deaf and dumb pilgrim and his wheel-chaired bound wife had their years-long cherished dream of performing Haj fulfilled this year. The wife said her 55-year-old husband, Mohammad Awad, had always dreamt of seeing the Kaaba with his bare eyes,

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      Saudi Gazette report  MAKKAH — The Kingdom has introduced a world-class system for crowd management at Jamarat in Mina, where millions of pilgrims converge to perform stoning ritual. The hi-tech Jamarat bridge has five floors and thousands of security officers are deployed to organize

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      Sami Al-Maghamsi Okaz/Saudi Gazette MADINAH — The Ministry of Haj has hired 750 residential buildings to house the pilgrims visiting Madinah after Haj. Madinah Haj Director Mohammad Al-Baijawi said the directorate is expecting more than 650,000

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