This year, the Hajj sermon will be delivered by Sheikh Abdullah Al-Manee told General Presidency of the Holy Mosque.
According to details, the Saudi King, Salman bin Abdulaziz approves Sheikh Abdullah Al-Manea to give the Arafat day sermon this year.
Born in 1930, the 83-year-old Sheikh Abdullah Al-Manea is a member of the Board of Prominent Ulema of Saudi Arabia and an advisor to the Royal House.
Sheik Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, Chief of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, said during this year’s annual briefing on the Presidency ‘s preparation for Hajj Season that the Sermon of Arafat Day will be translated into 10 languages to convey the message of Islam to as many as possible.
It is pertinent to mention here that the first batch of pilgrims has arrived Makkah for the annual Hajj 2020 on 26th July 2020.