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Saudi flag Embassy of Saudi Arabia in London

Address30-32 Charles Street
London W1X 7PM
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (020) 7917.3000
international: +44.20.7917.3000
Faxlocal: (020) 7917.3255
international: +44.20.7917.3255
Emailukemb@mofa.gov.sa
Web sitehttp://www.saudiembassy.org.uk

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Ali
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 12:21 EDT
sign this petition
https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/embassy-of-saudi-arabia-in-london-please-process-mofa-and-umrah-visa-asap
muslim
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 12:09 EDT
Humble appeal
Dear Saudi Embassy
I spoke to one of you and I understand you have no say on MOFA office in the Kingdom but I appeal to you that you read the messages on this site and take some action.
I understand there are many building works currently taking place and for safety reasons you are limiting Visas. Surely it wouldn't be out of the Kingdom's ability to cater to those who have already applied for umrah.
A majority of us can not afford the great costs associated with undertaking these sacred pilgrimages now but we've saved and worked hard and used what little savings we have to visit the sacred places. For many Umrah in the Haram was a near, something not even a possibility.
We would understand if we had been notified months in advance so we would have not paid very costly flight and hotel fares. We would have rearranged our trips however a week before our departure is hardly sufficient time. Especially as you only permit applying for Umrah Visa 14 days in advance.
I beg you to consider the plight of us people. And as our fellow brother/sister in Islam I hope you rethink the hurt you will and are causing us all by playing with our emotions.
Ali
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 12:07 EDT
Lets create an online campaigns / petition of signatories etc
as salaam alley kum brothers and sisters,

Lets create an online campaign or petition and let the
Saudi's know what we are going through.
muslimah
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:57 EDT
Visa
I think we should all remember at the end of the day we only go to haramain by special invitation. Instead of reducing our fasts by anger (which doesn't seem to work as the Saudi Embassy does not seem to be reading any of these messages) we should turn to our Lord and seek his forgiveness.
I like you all have paid beyond my means to go on this trip so I understand the anger. At the end of the day if agents/officials are doing wrong to us they will have to Face Allah.
Worried
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:42 EDT
Everyone who is sitting on others money will stay silent as it suits them, whether if is the authorities or agents. The whole supply chain for haj and umra is rotten to the bone. Ordinary people have to book through agents who have no concern or fear of Allah. All that they want is to make easy money. Not a single agent will come out as they are not losing out here.
muslim sister
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:38 EDT
visas
I'm flying out on 17th...no mofas/visas.
A very worried person
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:30 EDT
Anyone flying on the 17th
Please let me know if u have ur visa? Or is the embassy able to comment
Ali
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:23 EDT
Al taqwa
Is anyone getting visa processed through al taqwa travels London, if so please advise if you have any updates!
Muslimah
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:20 EDT
A statement needed
What we really need is a statement from the embassy. They should be replying to all these comments. It is just so disappointing. Its not the saudis that lose out on any finance. Its the people that have paid for packages in advance.
muslim brother
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 11:15 EDT
MOFA
It is clearly evident that the whole issue of MOFA is beyond our hands but in the hands of the Foreign Ministry of Saudi. The travel agents need to unite and push for the MOFA and put pressure on the Ministry to give permission otherwise we are left stranded and the Saudi embassy are quite happy to sit back and let things be the way they are. Someone needs to enforce this action otherwise nothing will happen.

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