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Singapore allocated more places for Haj pilgrimage this year: Muis

Singapore allocated more places for Haj pilgrimage this year: Muis
Muslim pilgrims performing the Haj circling the Kaaba at the Grand Mosque in Mecca.
Singapore has been allocated more places for this year's Haj pilgrimage, after a quota of 407 was given earlier in April. 

The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) said on Monday (June 20) that it will be allocating the places to potential pilgrims who have already registered for Haj in the Muis Advance Haj Registration System. 

All places will need to be confirmed over the next few days, said Muis, adding that it will also be contacting the potential pilgrims who qualify, to offer a place and proceed with the required action. 

Muis is also working with the appointed travel agents and the Saudi authorities on all the arrangements to accommodate this increased Haj delegation. 

Muis added that it is currently working with the Saudi authorities on the additional spaces for the Haj, and will share the final number allocated "in due time". 

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