Saudi Arabia’s Adahi Project Says Over 400,000 Sheep Were Slaughtered During Hajj
Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia’s project to benefit from sacrifices
was a success this year’s Hajj season because it worked with all relevant government and private sectors.
Adachi said that the pilgrims’ rituals for this year were finished when the sun went down on the third day of Tashreeq.
He also said that distribution operations will begin both at home and abroad in the coming days.
During the Hajj season this year,
444,554 sheep from the Horn of Africa were brought in and slaughtered according to health and legal rules.
Before and after the slaughter,
the sheep went through several stages of veterinary checks to make
sure they were safe from a health and legal standpoint.
Around 30,000 people worked on the project in fields like administration, security, medicine, engineering, and technology.
They all followed a single work system with well-thought-out plans.
In addition to the other specialists who helped make sure work went smoothly,
600 veterinarians and 600 lawyers also took part.
Adahi thanked King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for their unending support of the project,
which was made to help pilgrims do their rituals in a legal and healthy way.