Malaysian Haj pilgrim dies in Makkah, nation introduces ATMs in Holy Land

A Malaysian Haj pilgrim, aged fifty seven, handed away due to coronary heart failure on June 4 in Makkah. The lady from Raub, Pahang, died on the Tabung Haji (TH) Treatment Centre, according to Datuk Seri Syed Saleh Syed Abdul Rahman, Head of the Malaysian Haj Delegation. Her funeral prayers had been held at Masjidil Haram (the Grand Mosque) after the Zohor (midday) prayer the following day, and she was buried at Syariee Cemetery, Makkah.
“The funeral prayers were held at Masjidil Haram (the Grand Mosque) after the Zohor (midday) prayer (the next day) and she or he was buried at Syariee Cemetery, Makkah.”
Syed Lost mentioned that TH counsellors had visited the deceased’s husband, who can be in Makkah to carry out the Haj. TH will manage the badal haji (haj by proxy) for her. Currently, 37 Malaysian pilgrims are being handled at the TH Treatment Centre in Makkah, whereas another ten are being handled at Saudi Arabian hospitals for numerous well being issues.
He additionally knowledgeable that a whole of twenty-two,800 or virtually 72% of the country’s 31,600 pilgrims are already in Makkah thus far.
In a separate development, Malaysia turned the primary nation to provide automatic teller machine (ATM) services in pilgrim accommodation buildings in the Holy Land. Syed Saleh inaugurated the Alinma Bank ATM in Abraj Janadriyyah, which is in a position to present banking amenities to eight,000 Malaysian pilgrims in the constructing and surrounding places.
According to Syed Saleh, the service was provided for the first time because of TH’s negotiations with Alinma Bank and the Saudi Central Bank to make it simpler for pilgrims to withdraw cash with out having to stroll far to find ATM machines in different areas. TH will proceed efforts to allow the service to be supplied in other lodging buildings for the convenience of Malaysian pilgrims..

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