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Qatar lies about pilgrims crisis, Saudi gives all facilities, politician

2018/07/21 | 21:45

(Iraq Now News)-

A Qatari opposition figure has refuted allegations by the Qatari regime that Saudi Arabia has barred Qataris from performing pilgrimage this year. 

Khalid Al-Hail wrote on Twitter, "Saudi Arabia facilitated the entry of Qatari pilgrims through allocating a new website link after Qatari authorities blocked the old one".

Al-Hail, founder and president of the Qatar National Democratic Party, which advocates a constitutional monarchy in Qatar, added the website link would be available for Qataris and foreigner living in Qatra alike. 

The new website link shows King Salman‘s efforts to overcome all hardships facing all pilgrims, Al-Hail who currently lives in exile in London said. 

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