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The Hajj

Mount Arafat during Hajj



Muslim pilgrims at Mount Arafat during Hajj (© © Omar Chatriwala/Getty Images)
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  • The five days of Hajj, Mecca, Saudi Arabia (© © Rex Features)
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  • Thousands of Muslim pilgrims gather for Hajj (© © Rex Features)
  • Muslim pilgrims cast stones at a pillar (© © Hassan Ammar/AP Photo)
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