The kingdom reopened the Grand Mosque in Makkah to domestic Umrah pilgrims on Sunday, July 25
Visitors are subject to strict Covid-19 precautionary protocols
The man was chanting slogans in support of terrorist groups
The Saudi national has been referred to the Public Prosecution
The number of pilgrims allowed to perform Umrah has increased to 15,000 per day
The first phase will begin on October 4, with international visitors expected to be allowed from November
Saudi Arabia has dramatically downsized the ritual because of the coronavirus pandemic, with authorities testing pilgrims and cutting their numbers from the usual 2 million to around 1,000
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