Hajj Sermon to be Broadcast in Ten Languages This Year

The chairman of the General Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman bin Abdulaziz Al Sudais has announced that the Hajj sermon will be translated in ten languages this year.

Last year it was translated into five languages. While this year it has been extended to ten languages. These languages include English, Malay, Urdu, Persian, French, Mandarin, Turkish, Russian, Hawsawi and Bengali.


The sermon is on Arafat Day which is the second day of Hajj.


According to Saudi media, Haramain administration reports that the religious awareness programs are being presented in more than 25 languages.

The administration says that 25 tracks have been prepared for Tawaf during Hajj and several routes have been fixed for going to and from Mataf.

The administration also said that 5,000 workers have been hired to sanitize the courtyards.

It should be noted that in Saudi Arabia, more features have been added to the Tawaklana app which includes ‘Health Passport’ as well as information about Corona Insurance facility while traveling abroad and features have been provided in several languages ​​including Urdu.

The management of Tawakalna App said that further enhancement of the features of the app will be of great convenience to the people. Among the newly added features is an insurance policy approved by the Saudi Central Bank and Cooperative Insurance Council. Specific coverage of Hajj is included in the app.

According to Saudi-based intelligence, Sadaya, Tawakalna’s new features can be updated from the App Store, App Gallery or Google Store. The new features have been provided in several languages, including Arabic, including Urdu.