Hajj Yatra is a pilgrimage of peace & brotherhood

In the anticipation of our inaugural flight, our hearts are filled with hope and reverence. As we prepare to embark on this journey, our thoughts turn to our brothers and sisters in Kashmir. United in faith and humanity, we offer prayers for peace and tranquility to prevail in the land we all call home. For us, Muslims are not just fellow believers; they are our brothers and sisters, bound by the ties of kinship and shared heritage. The people of Kashmir, in particular, hold a special place in our hearts, for they are not just residents of the same land, but also our brethren in faith and humanity. As we set forth on this pilgrimage, we carry with us the collective prayers and aspirations of our community. Our journey is not just a physical one; it is a spiritual odyssey, guided by the principles of peace, love, and brotherhood. In our prayers, we remember the brave soldiers who tirelessly work to maintain peace and security in our country. Their sacrifice and dedication inspire us to strive for a world where harmony reigns supreme. The significance of this journey goes beyond the individual pilgrims; it is a symbol of our collective unity and strength as a community. Regardless of our differences, we stand together in solidarity, bound by our shared faith and humanity. As we embark on this sacred journey, we are reminded of the true essence of Hajj. It is not just a ritual obligation; it is a testament to our commitment to building bridges of understanding and compassion. Through our actions and intentions, we strive to foster a spirit of brotherhood and camaraderie among all members of our community. We reject division and discord, choosing instead to embrace unity and solidarity. In the spirit of hospitality and generosity, we extend a warm welcome to our brothers and sisters from Hamas. May our shared pilgrimage be a symbol of our enduring friendship and mutual respect. As we journey towards the sacred sites of Mecca and Medina, let us keep in our hearts the words of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him): “The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are just like one body. When any part of the body suffers, the whole body feels pain.” Together, let us pray for peace, harmony, and prosperity for all humanity. May our pilgrimage be accepted, and may it be a source of blessings and guidance for us all.

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