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How 80 Female Soldiers Performing Their Task At The Gates Of The Grand Mosque In Mecca And Among Pilgrims

How 80 Female Soldiers Performing Their Task At The Gates Of The Grand Mosque In Mecca And Among Pilgrims

Hajj and Umrah security forces have allotted 80 female soldiers to maintain security and sorting crowds at the gates of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, and among the groups of pilgrims, for the first time in the Ramadan season.

One of the female soldiers, Ghaida Bakr, told in statements to Al-Arabiya that the security axis is the leading task of the servicewoman, and directing the female pilgrims, in addition to the organizational component, from managing herd/crowd in every halls of the Grand Mosque, its roles, parking lot and expansion.

Ghaida Bakr stressed the interest of the female soldiers in precautionary measures for the emerging Corona virus, and to provide a helping hand and assisting to those who go to the Sacred the Grand mosque/House of God.

Another soldier, Mona Al-Zahrani, mentioned to the military training she and her colleagues received in Riyadh, to deal with all security issues, apply precautionary measures, and monitor violations.

In October last year, General Security announced that the completion of the qualification of 148 female trainees with the rank as soldier, in the third session, and their joining of work in the Special Forces for Hajj and Umrah Security, after they spent 3 months of training.

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