Watch Hajj 2023 Live From Makkah & Madinah Live HD

More than 100 million Muslims have performed the five-day pilgrimage known as Hajj
Those unable to participate in the journey can watch the Hajj live online.
Visitors can view the Khana e Kaba and an aerial photo of Arafat on the Makkah live view screen.

All financially stable and physically capable Muslims
are required to perform the
five-day pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime.
In Makkah and during the Hajj in 2023
those who cannot afford to travel can still participate by viewing the proceedings live on television.
The Masjid e Nabwi and Madina can be seen in real-time by Muslims as well.
Even when no one is there
viewing the Madina Masjid Nabvi or Masjid al-Haram life brings mental peace.

Pilgrims travel to Mecca through a region near Muzdalifa, about 5.5 miles west of Arafat.
The pilgrims gather stones to be used as a gift for the fictitious stoning of the Devil as they
travel from Muzdalifah to their ultimate destination in the Holy City of Mina.

The day after
when Muslims visit the holy place
Arafat Day will be broadcast live online

The Mount Arafat

In the live broadcast of the Hajj pilgrimage eventMount, Arafat
which is situated roughly 20 kilometers from Meccacan is seen.
The annual Hajj culminates on Arafat Day which falls on the ninth day
of Dhul al-Hijjah and can be seen live by Muslims all around the world.
Today is Day 2 of the Hajj pilgrimage and tomorrow is Eid al-Adha (Islamic festival).

At the crack of dawn, Muslim pilgrims leave Mina
(the site of Mina Hajj) in pursuit of
Mount Arafah and the Plain of Arafah.
Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) made a well-known
discourse from this place in the year of his death.
Muslims assemble every day from
Zuhr until dusk to recite the Arafat prayer
which is aired live on the Day of Arafat.
Later. The Festival of Sacrifice also known as Eid al-Adha
is honored by Muslims all around the world.
This Muslim celebration places a lot of emphasis on animal sacrifice.
Typically a sheep or a goat is involved.

Watch the Hajj and Mecca live in 2023 on your screens to join the group that receives incentives.
Around the world, the Hajj will be streamed from Makkah and Madina live HD andMedinalive TV.
May Allah (SWT) provide us all the chance to visit the Most Holy Place on a pilgrimage.

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