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Updated 09 July 2022

Crowds of pilgrims flocking to Jamarat bridge on the first day of Eid Al Adha

Crowds of pilgrims flocking to Jamarat bridge on the first day of Eid Al Adha

June 9, marked the first day of Eid Al Adha, and the third day of Hajj, in this day hundreds of thousands of pilgrims flocked to Jamarat bridge for the final ritual which will continue for the next two days.

In this ritual, pilgrims threw seven pebbles each at the pillars of Al-Jamarah Al-Sughra, Al-Jamarah Al-Wusta, and Al-Jamarah Al-Kubra in a ritual symbolizing the devil’s stoning, at the first day, pilgrims stoned Jamrat Al-Aqaba (Al-Jamarah Al-Kubra)

(AN photos by Huda Bashatah /Abdullah Alfaleh and Adnan Mahdaly)