Hajj Pilgrims Toss Rocks At Jamarat Bridge On The First Day Of Tashreeq
(Source By: incide climate news)
On the first day of Tashreeq,
Hajj pilgrims went to Jamarat Bridge and threw 21 pebbles at the bridge’s three pillars.
Pilgrims go back to their tents after throwing stones at the pillars.
This ends the main rituals of the first of the Tashreeq days,
Pilgrims gathered together before moving to the huge Jamarat Bridge for the ceremony,
which started around 12:20 p.m. when most Muslim scholars agree the process begins.
On the day of the ritual, people can throw stones at the pillars any time between noon and midnight.
There were many ways for people to get onto Jamarat Bridge, which helped keep things moving smoothly and safely.
The governor of Makkah, Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, who is also the head of the Supreme Hajj Committee,
and his deputy, Prince Badr bin Sultan, kept a close eye on their movements.
The infrastructure showpiece has 12 entrances, 12 exit roads going in four directions, two tunnels, 19 ramps, escalators,
emergency exits, helipads, six service buildings, and an air-conditioning system with
water sprinklers to cool the air and bring the temperature down to 29 degrees Celsius.
During this Hajj season, Saudi security officials, health workers,
and other government agencies have been helping pilgrims do their rituals easily and comfortably.
The Ministry of Health has said that no diseases that could hurt public health have spread during this Hajj.
It also showed that the plans for the Hajj were going well and safely.