Hajj pilgrims participating in the limited capacity pilgrimage this year due to COVID-19 have begun moving to Muzdalifah after they gathered at Mount Arafat in Mecca on Thursday where they stood in prayer till sunset in one of the most important days of the Islamic calendar.
Watch: Mask-clad pilgrims pray at Nimra Mosque in the holy city of #Mecca on the second day of this year’s #Hajj pilgrimage, in which special #coronavirus measures were taken, before they set off on a climb to the summit of #SaudiArabia's Mount Arafat. https://t.co/bsuyX8dLEb pic.twitter.com/eXP71l4TGW— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) July 30, 2020
Muslim pilgrims arrive to Mount Arafat – a granite hill about 20 kilometers from the Kaaba in the Arafat plains – to participate in the most important part of the annual #Hajj pilgrimage.— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) July 30, 2020
Learn more about the day of #Arafat here: https://t.co/GlirHPgBKt pic.twitter.com/KV9VpOqK6T