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5991Re: [GELORA45] BIG BUSINESS: Saudi set to earn $8.5 bn from hajj

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  • Marco Polo
    Aug 26, 2014
      RALAT 

      MAAF ADA KESALAHAN TECHNIS Kaliamat yang sebanar  Bearntakan tak keruan , karean ada yah terhapus dan ada yang tertinggal (yg seharusnya tidak ada 0.

      JADI SEHARUSNYA KALIMAT YANG TERAKHIR INI BERBUNYI SBB:
       
      Allaaaah huukbar.... in the name of Alllah  ...The Saudis earn as much as we lose ......(Brilliant Idea for being Stupid People ...)

      Terima kasih perhatian
      Marc.
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      On 26 August 2014 18:04, Marco Polo <comoprima45@...> wrote:
       

      Saudi set to earn (Effectively ) $8.5 bn PER YEAR  from hajj ....and INDONESIA has lost in vain for about half of those  $8.5 bn [per year CAUSED BY HAJJ PILGRIMS .....


      Allaaaah huukbar.... in the name of Alllah  ...the Saudis earn as  so much and we lose ......(Brilliant Idea for being Stupid People ...)


      On 26 August 2014 17:22, Hsin Hui Lin ehhlin@... [GELORA45] <GELORA45@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
       

      Saudi set to earn $8.5 bn from hajj

      AFP 
      20 hours ago
      An aerial view shows the Clock Tower and the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca, on October 16, 2013
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      An aerial view shows the Clock Tower and the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca, on October 16, 2013 (AFP Photo/Fayez Nureldine)

      Mecca (Saudi Arabia) (AFP) - Saudi Arabia could earn $8.5 billion from this October's hajj, according to a study published on Monday, which predicted that two million Muslims would make the pilgrimage to Mecca.

      The Mecca Chamber of Commerce said revenues from the world's largest annual gathering of Muslims would increase by three percent from last year.

      The study was based on estimates that 1.98 million pilgrims will travel to the holy Muslim city of Mecca, including 1.38 million, or 70 percent, from abroad.

      According to the report, a pilgrim who has travelled from another country will spend an average of 17,381 riyals ($4,633) during Hajj, which runs for five days.

      A domestic worshipper pays around 4,948 riyals ($1,319), the study found.

      Expenses include housing, food and drink, gifts and phone bills.

      Millions of people visit Islamic holy sites in Saudi Arabia for the hajj, a pilgrimage all Muslims are expected to make at least once in their lives if health and finances permit.

      Saudi Arabia also hosts millions of Muslims annually for the lesser umrah pilgrimage, which may be undertaken at any time throughout the year.

      Around six million Muslims took umrah during the holy fasting month of Ramadan in July this year, according to authorities.

      As well as Mecca, Saudi Arabia is also home to Islam's other holiest place -- Medina.



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