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Madinah Convoy Patients Detained in Arafat Hospital Extend Thanks to the MOH
02 October 2014
The Madinah convoy patients, numbered 32, detained in the Arafat General Hospital yesterday; and transported by the Ministry of Health-related ambulances, extended their thanks and appreciation to the government of the Custodian of the Two Mosques, May Allah protect him, and to the MOH for the big efforts exerted for enabling them  to perform the Hajj rituals.
Still, a Hajj performer called Sileem Al-Samman, German, 63, said that “the remarkable efforts made by the MOH, upon the directives of the Custodian of the Two Mosques, May Allah protect him, greatly mirrors the big interest the Hajj performers receives. He went on adding that he was suffering from internal hemorrhage, and he underwent a successful surgical operation. He is now in a good health, May Allah be praised.”
For his part, a Hajj performer called Deeb Al-Hajar, Lebanese, 73, said “I experienced cardiac pains, and feared missing this year’s Hajj. I had these pains when I arrived in Madinah. But, May Allah be praised, the MOH, to be thanked, transported me to the Arafat General Hospital, and I was delivered the fully fledged healthcare. Now, I prepare myself for the Day of Arafat in a good health.”
One more Hajj performer called Mohammed Nour, Bengali, 55, spoke about the health efforts made by the MOH since he experienced cardiac pains. To that respect, the physicians see that he was to undergo an open-heart operation.  Afterwards he was transported to the MOH-related ambulances to the Arafat General Hospital.
“I will assign most of the time on the Day of Arafat praying for the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques, his prudent government and all the MOH staffers due to the efforts they exerted which proved instrumental in having us complete our Hajj rituals, thanks to Allah,” he went on adding.
In a similar fashion, a Hajj performer called Bakri Mohammed, Sudanese, 63, said “  I encountered pulmonary inflammations. Shortly after I was hospitalized in Madinah, then I was transported by the MOH-related ambulances to the Arafat General Hospital to complete performing the Hajj rituals.
Before, I used to keep track of the efforts made by the Kingdom during the Hajj season, namely the MOH, and I always prayed for them with guidance and success. But now I am experiencing this first hand, and as a matter of fact, I am at loss for words regarding what has been delivered to me and all the Hajj performers.  May Allah reward those working for the MOH, and make their efforts go to the balance of their good deeds.”

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