Saudi Arab man rams car into exterior wall of Grand Mosque in Mecca, arrested, viral video – High-speed car smashed doors at Mecca Masjid, car entered campus, driver arrested

The man first hit his car in the gates outside the outer gate and smashed it, smashing the south gate of the Grand Mosque.


While driving through the outer wall of the Grand Mosque in Mecca in Saudi Arabia, a man crashed the car into the mosque’s campus on Friday evening. After that he was arrested. Police officials gave information on the matter on Saturday. Security personnel at the scene immediately grabbed the man and handed him over to the police. The entire incident was captured in the CCTV camera installed there. After that, her video goes viral on social media.

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The accident happened at around 10:30 p.m. when the man first crashed his car into the outer gate of the outer door and smashed it, smashing the south door of the Grand Mosque. Mecca Masjid is a very sacred site for followers of Islam.

A car crosses the courtyard of the Grand Mosque of Mecca, crashes into the door # Makkah # MasjidilHaram # / YeB3qQeFE9

– Mohammad Jamlish Roy (@jamlishofficial) October 31, 2020

We see in the video that the uncontrollable car stops by breaking a door of the mosque. The authorities had previously entered the uncontrollable car by going through the exterior wall of the mosque and smashing two doors. Makkah officials did not name the person but said he appeared to be in an “unusual situation”. Makkah Masjid officials said the accused was referred to the government attorney to face possible charges.

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Recently, Saudi Arabia opened the Grand Mosque of Namaz for the first time in seven months after the Corona virus crisis and allowed 15,000 indigenous pilgrims to visit it. Umarah was also banned in March due to the Corona virus. The number of 15,000 Umrah pilgrims will drop from Sunday to 20,000.

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Please say that due to Corona a small number of people made the Hajj pilgrimage last July with the utmost caution. It was the smallest Hajj in history so far.

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