Saudi Arabia’s Hajj Minister, Tawfiq al-Rabi’ah, has issued a clear directive: Hajj is for worship, not political slogans. This statement emphasizes the Saudi leadership’s commitment to ensuring a Hajj experience that prioritizes utmost devotion, tranquility, and spirituality.

Al-Rabi’ah’s announcement has sparked speculation, with some media outlets linking it to the ongoing situation in Gaza. Pro-Saudi imams have been offering public prayers for Gaza and Palestinians in Friday sermons since October. These expressions of solidarity might be restricted under the new regulations.

The core message remains the sanctity of Hajj. The Saudi government aims to uphold religious principles and traditions by ensuring the pilgrimage remains free from political or communal slogans. Hajj is a sacred journey for Muslims to focus solely on their worship and spiritual growth.

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