Maliki: Repeat incidents guide pilgrims to the Saudi government failed to manage the Hajj season


(The independent) .. carry a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki, leader of the Saudi government responsible for the incidents that occurred during the pilgrimage season, calling the organization of the pilgrimage to entrust the Organization of the Islamic Conference.

Maliki said in a statement today, "Follow us great pain and disaster deaths of hundreds of visitors to the House of God while performing their rituals of the stoning ritual in Mina, just days after the disaster, the fall of the lever on the pilgrims in the Holy Mosque in Mecca and claimed dozens of lives as well."

"The recurrence of incidents during the Hajj season and the death of large numbers of pilgrims is downright proof of the lack of efficiency of the supervisors of the organization of the pilgrimage season, and calls for the development of pilgrimage affairs under the planning and management of the Organization of the Islamic Conference to ensure the smooth conduct of the rituals of Hajj, and the granting of the right for all Muslims to perform this duty away from the political positions as well as the responsibility for maintaining the souls of pilgrims and not to repeat what happened get through this season and previous seasons. "

He noted that the Saudi government, which he described as "the rulers of the land use Najd and Hejaz" obligation of Hajj on the basis of political dimensions and the imposition of depriving the performance of this duty to nationals of countries that intersect politically with sanctions is another proof that the management of Hajj and officials "not adults and have arrogantly" and is qualified to oversee the management of such great Islamic occasions.

Maliki has demanded "urgent investigation to find out all the facts, and to hold accountable all those responsible, to prevent a repeat of these disasters completely." (End)