103-year-old .. Thai realizes her dream and see the Kaaba for the first time
Her emotions were mixed with tears of joy on the 103-year-old Thai need committee Noah Lanai, who watched the Kaaba directly for the first time in her life after God gave her this year to come to the Holy Land to perform the Hajj, accompanied by her son, years later.
Her emotions were blended with tears of joy on the 103-year-old Thai Noah Lanai, who watched the Kaaba for the first time in her life after God gave her this year to come to the Holy Land to perform the Hajj, accompanied by her son, after many years. Wait and patience because of their physical and health conditions.
Al-Hajja Noah Lanai, who is the oldest woman in Hajj this year, went through difficult circumstances that prevented her from performing the fifth pillar of Islam, but despite her age and her great and sincere desire, she pushed her not to give up and continue to pursue until her wish and dream were turned into reality.
The Southeast Asian Pilgrims' Foundation celebrated the Thai architecture in the presence of the board member overseeing the Board of Pilgrims of China, Thailand, the Philippines, Public Relations and Media, Mahmoud Bin Aqeel Damanhouri, who confirmed that all pilgrims who are honored to serve the institution are the subject of full attention and interest He pointed out that the Foundation puts in its operational and executive plans with the support and support of the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah to provide full care and care for the elderly and the infirm from the guests of Rahman, and to provide a helping hand and assist them in their faith journey to be able to perform the duty to the fullest.