“Saudi Arabia Prohibits Pilgrims from Bringing Aab-e-Zamzam Back to Their Home Countries”

Breaking news: Saudi Arabia has just announced a major change to its regulations regarding the transport of Aab-e-Zamzam, the sacred water from the well of Zamzam located in Masjid al-Haram, Makkah. For those who may not be familiar, Aab-e-Zamzam is a miraculous source of water that holds great significance in Islamic history, and many people bring it back with them to their home countries after performing Hajj or Umrah.

However, the Saudi General Aviation Authority has now officially prohibited pilgrims from bringing Zamzam water back to their home nations. The Jeddah Airport authorities have sent out a notification to all Pakistani airlines, including the PIA, instructing them to ensure that none of their passengers traveling through Jeddah or any other airport in Saudi Arabia have bottles filled with Aab-e-Zamzam.

According to the notification, passengers with Umrah and Hajj visas will only be allowed to bring a 5-litre bottle of Aab-e-Zamzam with them. This is a significant change that is sure to affect many people who have come to rely on bringing back the sacred water as a way to connect with their faith. We will continue to follow this story and provide updates as they become available.



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