Among the hundreds of thousands of believers on the fourth day of their stay in Medina in the Prophet’s Mosque were three future pilgrims from the area of the Mufti of Tuzla, from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and for them, as well as for others who visit holy places in the days before the Hajj, all the prayers in this mosque are magnificent views of piety. .
As the MINA agency writes, Sadeta, Amira and Kada, three Bosnian hanumas, put their longings and prayers and some earthly plans into rosary beads under the wings of the Prophet’s Mosque.
“My husband and I have had a niyyat for the Hajj for a long time. We are in faith and our desire in life was to feed the soul with the beauties that we only saw through television. I wouldn’t leave here,” says Amira Brašnjić for MINA, Anadolija reports.
She points out that in addition to the state of readiness to perform the Hajj, the allocation of significant financial resources is inevitable, but that her husband and she with fair cheeks and raised foreheads have been saving for this trip for a long time.
“This has been taken care of for many years, collected, collected, saved, but may God help in this. I don’t regret it and I would come back again”, said Brašnjić.
Sadeta Šišić from Gornji Rahić in Brčko is on the Hajj for the first time.
“I’m not worried, it will be fine. We arrived yesterday, settled in, it’s nice for us. We are not hot, they have air conditioning and we cool off in the harem. I am satisfied with the food, I like their cuisine”, said Šišić.
Kada Sulejmanović from Gračanica is on Hajj with her husband.
“We have been planning to come here for three years, but the corona virus prevented us. But it comes, only when Allah Almighty invite”, said Sulejmanović.
All the pilgrims from Bosnia and Herzegovina have arrived in Medina, and they use the time before their trip to Mecca, where they will leave in three days, for prayers in the Prophet’s Mosque, a place where the most diverse languages of the globe can be heard.
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