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WHO: MERS virus declining, but may affect Hajj

The outbreak of the deadly MERS virus has receded, but the coming mass pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia called the Hajj poses a risk of spreading the disease, the World Health Organization said

The Indonesia Ulema Council (MUI) says there has been no ban issued for Muslims in Indonesia to perform minor haj pilgrimages to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, despite a rise in the number of deaths caused by the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)

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Despite being holy trips solely to fulfill one’s religious obligation; Hajj and Umra aren’t free from being used by criminals as a means to earn easy money by committing fraud.

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The “Restaurant Guide for Muslim Visitors” is a revised version of the 2012 publication which introduces halal restaurants or alternative restaurants that Muslim tourists can visit during their stay in Korea…

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Luckily for me, just through personal experience and being an open student, the stereotypes I had developed from the unfortunate events of 9-11 were shattered…

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Thailand is hoping to attract more Muslim tourists as they are seen to be a growing segment in the tourism industry, especially within the ASEAN Economic Community…

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Malaysia is the world’s friendliest destination for Muslim travellers, according to a survey released Tuesday, but Japan has shown most improvement as it ramps up efforts to cash in on a growing market…

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Ancient coins found in Australia believed to have originated in the sultanate of Kilwa, in modern Tanzania, have led to speculation that Australia was first visited by sailors from the Middle East and Africa…

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Anticipating a share of Islamic tourism, a new deal has been reached between the International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM) and the Islamic Tourism Centre to lure more Muslim tourists to the Asian country in 2014.

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Traversing Fez, as many visitors have noted, is like stepping back in time. Laid out in the ninth century on the Fez River, the 540-acre medina, Fez El-Bali, was a scholarly and commercial center of North African and Muslim life…

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