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AddressQta. Makkah, Calle Andres Pietri
Urb. Los Chorros
Caracas 1071
Venezuela
Phonelocal: (0212) 239.0290
international: +58.212.239.0290
Faxlocal: (0212) 239.6494
international: +58.212.239.6494

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Jamal abuasi
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 13:05 EDT
Name of travel agencies for hajj in Venezuela
Can u please tell us the names of the travel agencies that are credited by the Saudi embassy in Venezuela
Watchdog - Hajj / Umrah Tour operators
Tue, 19 Apr 2016 13:15 EDT
No Hajj Visas, No Umrah Visas for Trinidad and Latin and South America
No official reason was given for the denial of visas to the Caribbean and Latin/South America. It is being said that based on the amount of nationals that are defecting to ISIS from this part of the world visas for Hajj and Umrah would not be granted for 2016.Trinidad Pilgrims booked their Umrah group to go to Turkey attracting many to join their Group. The choice was deemed as irresponsible and caused the entire region to suffer this fate.
Umrah Pilgrim
Tue, 29 Mar 2016 09:27 EDT
No Umrah 2016
It is with great sadness no one was able to perform Umrah from this region of the world for the season thus far. Apart from the muslims in Trinidad who have lost thousands for packages they had bought for the easter vacation, what about those who want to go but cant plan anything because of the uncertainty. We all know for Hajj we are restricted to the 4 hajj operators, but why is it so difficult to make an Umrah Trip now. Why are the authorities making it so hard on muslims in Latin America and the Caribbean, aren't we believers just like others in the US or Uk. Its FRUSTRATING to say the least, and what's worse is that it appears our cries and tears are falling on deaf ears.

What we need now, isn't bickering, but a united front to lobby the Ministry of Hajj to lift whatever sanction or activate whatever new system they have implemented ASAP, and allow the muslims to visit the holy lands
Hajj Council
Sun, 27 Mar 2016 09:45 EDT
Response to Hajj/Umrah Watchdog
We have been taking groups for a combined period of over 100 years if you add our experiences. The religious leaders were trying to overtake our market using Sara International and Manasik amongst others.

We remind you that "NO OTHER" group except the 4 license operators can take you for Hajj. Do not Risk your hard earned money with others.

For the first time we have suffered this faith and pilgrims will not loose any money after this time. We apologize for any inconvenience BUT we must move on.
Watchdog - Hajj / Umrah Tour operators
Sun, 27 Mar 2016 08:58 EDT
No Umrah Visas Granted for 2016
Salaams..Muslims who paid for Umrah were not expecting to share in the Profit of Tour operators. They were not asked to share in the administrative management issues. They were not told that there is RISK of any type. As a matter of fact they were reminded that with others you will loose all your money.

Businessmen Hajji Omar and Hajji Sherrif of Trinidad must now do what they advised others when the shoe was on the other foot.

We are not prepared to stay silent since you all are business leaders, representing no Masjid or Religious Organization. All profits are for yourselves so all losses likewise must be borne by yourself like others did in the past
Umrah Pilgrim 2016
Thu, 25 Feb 2016 09:29 EST
Umrah Visas
So what will happen to all the prospective pilgrims who have packages booked for the upcoming vacation? We are already 4 months into the Umrah season how is it taking so long to make adjustments to the system? Why not continue issuing the old visas until the new system is rolled out? People are being denied the opportunity to visit the holy lands because of silly beurocacy.
OFFICIALS
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 12:11 EST
Update to all
The Saudi Officials are changing the system from what existed last year. Caracas and Latin America is still on hold and we are awaiting word from our principals in the Kingdom.

This year would be a bit complicated in comparison with previous years. Another update would be forthcoming at the earliest convenience
Umrah pilgrim 2016
Mon, 15 Feb 2016 10:04 EST
Umrah visas
So are you saying we have to approach other embassies to obtain Umrah visas? Because I know for sure non are being processed in Caracas. Can you say which embassy we have to send our passports to?
Hajj Council Member
Sat, 13 Feb 2016 15:00 EST
Saudi Embassy Closed
We have been advised that the Embassy will be closed until further notice. All visas would be accommodated in other embassies.

Our advice remains to travel only with license operators
Hajj Council Member
Thu, 11 Feb 2016 11:53 EST
We ask for your Forgiveness
Salaams All
I confess that we have colluded and profited from this Religious Pillar of Islam. Next year( 2017), 20 million pilgrims will be accommodated for Hajj. Prices will get very low and hotels will be competing for your business from this year 2016. We will make up by offering low prices of 35,000 TTD. Hotels are mostly completed for 2017 accommodations so the prices have reduced based on competition.

On behalf of the four license operators ... We are sorry

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