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one muslim brother
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 09:46 EDT
salaam, kayi logo ne 6 month ya 1year se pehle ramzan me umrah ke liye tayyari ki hai magar ab MOFA nikal ne ka koi chance nahi hai, saudi goverment ne sab ki ummedo per pani fer diya hai, merito sabhi logo se ye guzarish hai ke hume pure UK ke muslims ko saath me milker saudi goverment ke khilaf julus nikal na logo ko pata tha ke HARAM sharif me kaam chal raha hai to inko chahiye tha ki 1year ya 6month pehle limited visa isue karne ka elaan karte taaki awaam soch samjkar flights, hotel book to awaam ke saath dhoka hai.. MAKKAH AUR MADINA SHARIF ki ziyarat karna har ek muslim ka haq hai.. allah saudi goverment ko neak hidayat ata farmaye..
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 09:20 EDT
Dont stop making dua
Insha Allah Allah will answer all our duas just keep praying all my ummah in Islam and we shell soon pray in the house of Allah. I believe that if it is kheer inshAllah it will happen no matter what happens... Keep your duas inshaAllah.... Ramadan kareem to you all my brothers and sisters in Islam....
Shahzad Ali
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 09:18 EDT
Salaam. I am supposed to be travelling on 21/07/13. Still no news on the visa as the agent is still awaiting mofa number. The consulate will close next Thursday so we are praying for all to get their visas. Does anybody know if mofas are issued to individuals or to groups as a whole? May the start of Ramadhan bring good news for all.
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 09:12 EDT
We booked our tickets since last year and insha'llah we're supposed to leave on 13th July. My whole family is so stressed, Allah help us all and Let us break iftar with the sight of his blessed house
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 08:52 EDT
Salaam all, any news on mofa, I've heard that it has opened and mofa numbers will be given later today. Do not know If that's correct. Does anybody have any news? I'm flying Saturday don't kno what to do
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 08:37 EDT
Very much visa yet flying 17th any good news....
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 07:36 EDT
Any news on mofa?
Please can someone advise if people travelling after 15th have recieved their mofas or visa
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 05:51 EDT
So Stressed!
We are booked to travel on the 16th. Still no mofa number. My parents suffer fromhigh blood pressure and other illnesses. My question to the saudi embassy is. How long do we wait? Do we cancel our flights? Help please
Muslim Brother
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 04:02 EDT
Brother Imran, that has been the case for sometime now, but with no MOFA numbers been issued then what's the point of VISA'S been extended. The Saudi MINISTRY of HAJJ are very clever, they have announced about the visa but nothing about the MOFA which is most important and without that no VISA can be issued.

They have limited the numbers to about 15 MOFA'S a day, and from what I have been told is that there is 20,000 plus people in the UK waiting for a MOFA number. So it's basically like the lottery win if you get a MOFA number. In Sha Allah may we ALL be the lucky ones.. Ameen
Tue, 9 Jul 2013 20:41 EDT
Good news
Minister of Haj Bandar Hajjar has extended the deadline for Umrah visa applications to Ramadan 10, which corresponds to July 18.
He told Arab News that the purpose of the extension was to allow more visitors to perform Umrah.
“We extended the period for Umrah visa applications, which was supposed to end at the end of Shaban (July 8), because we want to give an opportunity to as many pilgrims as possible to perform Umrah,” he said.
Hajjar said that while his ministry limited the number of people wanting to perform Umrah this year because of the expansion projects, it did not want to prevent Muslims from performing their religious obligations.
The expansion, which the Saudi government is now carrying out, would make it easier for Muslims to perform their duties in future, he said.
Deputy Haj Minister Hatem Qadi said 4.5 million pilgrims performed Umrah since the season started, with only 300,000 remaining in the Kingdom.
Hajjar issued directives two months ago that visas would only be given for two weeks instead of the usual 30 days.
“We’ve limited the number of Umrah visitors this year because of the ongoing expansion projects,” Qadi said.
Abdullah Al-Qadi, vice chairman of the National Committee for Haj and Umrah, welcomed the ministry’s move. He said visitors should understand that a massive expansion is under way.
In an earlier statement, the Haj Ministry said the reduction of domestic Haj pilgrims by 50 percent and international pilgrims by 20 percent was “exceptional and temporary” because of the ongoing expansion projects.
The expansion projects undertaken by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah is the biggest in the history of the holy places, with work being carried out in areas frequented by people 24/7.
The expansion takes into account people with special needs on the first floor by linking it through a system of lifts and ramps.

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