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11 August 2020 / 21. Zil-Hajj 1441

#MyHajj2015

This year, The World Federation is excited to launch #MyHajj2015!

We will follow one individual’s journey as he embarks on his first Hajj. There will be pictures, videos, reflections and daily updates so those of us who have been unable to go this year will be able to be part of the experience first-hand!

The daily blogs will be posted on The World Federation website and there will be more regular updates and pictures posted on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

If you have been blessed with the opportunity to go to Hajj and would like to share your experience with us, please do send us updates! You can email pictures, reflections or videos to [email protected] or alternatively you can tag your images with #MyHajj2015 on social media.

Let us all share this amazing journey with each other. For those going to Hajj, please remember us in your duas!


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