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Chief of Iraqi Pilgrims Affairs Office Extends Thanks to MOH for Rescuing an Iraqi Pilgrim
06 November 2013
The Chief of the Iraqi Pilgrims Affairs Office, Sheikh Muhammad Taqi Al-Mawla, extended his thanks and appreciation to His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah; for rescuing an Iraqi lady during the 1434H-Hajj season.
In a letter to Dr. Al-Rabeeah, Taqi Al-Mawla said: “We would like to extend our pleasure, gratitude and congratulations to your Excellency and all MOH employees; for the noble humanitarian situation of rescuing an Iraqi pilgrim lady. As the specialized medical staff cooperated and transferred the lady by an ambulance plane to AL-Nour Hospital, which was, by the grace of Allah, a reason for saving her life. On this occasion, we pray for Almighty Allah to bestow progress and prosperity upon the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, headed by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, May Allah protect him, as well as his wise government and its brother people.”
It is worth mentioning that MOH has offered distinguished medical services to pilgrims during the 1434H-Hajj season, and conducted many qualitative surgeries, including 459 cardiac catheterization operations, 1624 dialysis sessions, 22 open-heart operations and 106 endoscope operations.

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