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Pilgrims respect social distancing during final walk around the Kaaba

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Pilgrims respect social distancing during final walk around the Kaaba

Pilgrims respect social distancing during final walk around the Kaaba

Muslims pilgrims in the Mecca took part in the final tawaf on haj on Sunday by walking seven laps around the Kaaba, a stone structure that is the most sacred in Islam and the direction which Muslims face to pray.


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