200 Bahraini Hajj Pilgrims Deported After Attempting To Enter Without Valid Permit

Hera Shabbir

Saudi Arabia has taken swift action to address unauthorized entry attempts during the Hajj season, recently identifying and deporting 200 Bahraini pilgrims found without valid permits.

All 200 pilgrims were deported back to Bahrain promptly

This follows the deportation and arrest of numerous individuals attempting unauthorized access to the holy city of Makkah. The Kingdom’s Ministry of Justice emphasizes the importance of ensuring valid Hajj permits, warning against fraudulent travel agencies offering fake documents. Travelers are urged to be vigilant, as consequences for non-compliance include hefty fines, imprisonment, and deportation.

This proactive approach underscores Saudi Arabia’s commitment to upholding the sanctity and security of the Hajj pilgrimage

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