Conjoined Twin Families Arrive as King Salman’s Guests to Perform Hajj

Conjoined Twin Families Arrive as King Salman’s Guests to Perform Hajj

The authorities of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call, and Guidance offered a warm welcome on Tuesday to the families of conjoined twins who came to do Hajj as the guests of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman. Under the Saudi Conjoined Twins Program, these conjoined twins had surgery to separate them.

The ministry has formed numerous committees and undertaken substantial planning and procedures to guarantee the families the best possible comfort and support throughout their Hajj pilgrimage. For this year’s Hajj, King Salman gave the order to host 3322 pilgrims from 88 different countries. Among them were twenty-two pilgrims who came from families of conjoined twins who had been split up in the Kingdom. 2000 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and other occupied territories who were captives, wounded, or the relatives of victims were also among the pilgrims.

The hosting is a component of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs’s Call and Guidance’s Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ Guests Program for Hajj, Umrah, and Visit. The twins’ families have expressed their sincere gratitude to King Salman, Crown Prince, and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman for their unwavering acts of kindness, which have included paying for the twins’ surgical separation costs and providing them with the best medical facilities and services available.

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