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Iran to send pilgrims to Hajj if Saudi Arabia accepts Tehran’s conditions: Minister
Iran will send pilgrims to this year’s Hajj rituals if Saudi Arabia accepts the Islamic Republic’s conditions, says the Iranian minister of culture and Islamic guidance.
Iran sends delegation to Saudi Arabia for talks on Hajj
Iran sent a delegation to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday for talks on Hajj pilgrimage by Iranians after Tehran boycotted the religious rites last year.
Iran to focus on compensation, blood money in talks with Saudi Arabian officials
Iran is going to focus on security issues, legal proceedings, compensation and blood money for the martyred Iranian pilgrims during coming meetings with the Saudi Arabian officials, the Leader’s representative for Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs Hojjatoleslam Ali Qazi Asgar said.
Iran ready to hold talks with Saudi Arabia on 2017 Hajj
An Iranian official said the country is ready to hold talks with Saudi officials on the participation of Iranian nationals in 2017 Hajj pilgrimage as it received an official invitation from Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia invites Iran for talks on Hajj
Saudi Arabia has invited Iran to discuss a return of its nationals to next year's Hajj after Iranians could not take part in the annual pilgrimage following a major diplomatic row, reports said Friday.
Saudis Hajj restrictions reminiscent of Israel policy on Aqsa Mosque: Yemen’s Houthi leader
The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has lashed out at Saudi Arabia for mishandling of the Hajj rituals, saying restrictions imposed on Muslims for this year’s Hajj are reminiscent of Israel’s repeated desecration of the al-Aqsa Mosque.
Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid al-Adha
Iran cleric: Saudi rulers must be tried over Hajj crush
FM: Saudi Arabia’s sectarian policies serve arrogant powers
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Saudi Arabia has taken the holy sites of Islam hostage in order to implement its spiteful policies and serve the arrogant powers and the Israeli regime.
Muslims begin Hajj as Iranians skip annual pilgrimage
From Asia, Africa and points in between, nearly 1.5 million Muslims launched the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Islam's holiest sites in Saudi Arabia Saturday, undeterred by a stampede last year that cost thousands of lives.
Mina tragedy evidence of Saudi incompetence: Foreign Ministry
The Mina tragedy last year demonstrated the incompetence of Saudi rulers in managing the Hajj pilgrimage, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Wednesday.
Leader slams world silence on last year’s Hajj tragedy
The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said the Islamic Republic has been the only critical voice against the deaths of pilgrims during last year’s Hajj rituals in Saudi Arabia, criticizing human rights organizations and other countries for choosing to remain silent on the issue.
Delegation to visit France to pursue Iranians' rights in Hajj tragedy
A delegation from Iran’s Foreign Ministry will go to France as part of legal efforts to restore the rights of the Iranians who died in a tragic crush of pilgrims in Saudi Arabia’s Mina last year, an Iranian official announced, describing France as playing the role of a mediator.
Tehran slams Riyadh for recurrence of Hajj-related incidents
Head of Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Saeed Ohadi criticized Riyadh’s failure to ensure security for Hajj pilgrims, saying the recurrence of Hajj-related incidents in the kingdom is a warning to all Muslims.

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