The protesters blamed Saudi Arabia for the deadly incident which they said reveals Riyadh’s incompetence in providing safety for some two-million Muslims who gathered in the Kingdom to perform Hajj.
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Sunday, 27 September 2015 15:41
Iranian people hold rallies in solidarity with lost lives in Hajj stampede
People in the Iranian capital Tehran have flooded the streets in a show of solidarity with those who lost their lives in the stampede near Mecca on Thursday.