Saudi Arabia launches app to promote abroad Umrah pilgrims

Saudi Arabia has launched a new use to promote abroad pilgrims in removing Umrah and revisit permits for Holy Mosques in Makkah and Madina by mobile applications.

“In team-work with Saudi Data Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA), a Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced a launch of a new use that allows abroad pilgrims to get permits for Umrah and request in a Grand Mosque, as good as for visiting a Prophet’s Mosque by ‘Eatmarna’ and ‘Tawakkalna’ Applications, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) pronounced in a statement.

The method pronounced that a use will be effective by a applications only after induction on a Saudi “Quddum” platform, it added.

The method urged all users of Eatmarna and Tawakkalna applications to take a beginning and refurbish a dual applications on their mobile app stores.

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Last month, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj announced that pilgrims wishing to perform Umrah will no longer be compulsory to wait for 14 days to book for a ritual.

Dr Amr Al-Maddah, a arch of formulation and plan officer during a ministry, pronounced in an talk with Arab News that by easing surety measures, a operational ability of a Grand Mosque for Umrah and prayers has significantly increased.

“In line with a developments during this stage, that in spin increasing a direct in a dates accessible to perform Umrah, a Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah done this underline accessible for pilgrims. This condition is no longer required and will grasp a satisfactory event for all due to a high demand,” he said.

On Oct 16, a Saudi Ministry of Interior announced a easing of restrictions opposite a kingdom, including those inspiring a Grand Mosque in Makkah and a Prophet’s (PBUH) Mosque in Madina, permitting a full lapse to operations and capacity.