SPA – Harmony:
An Egyptian need for suffering from renal failure, which housed her body about seven months ago for fear of being remembered, was hidden by her choice to be part of the program of the Keeper of the Two Mosque pilgrims for Hajj , conducted by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Da & # 39; wah and Guidance. The guests, who felt the pain of an exhibitor, visited the clinic to discover the secret doctor who had kept him hidden.
Dr. Ashraf Badr, the physician who accompanied the families of the martyrs and the victims of the Egyptian army and the police, discovered after her visit to the clinic the secret of the need, "Sabeeha", and asked her about her medical history. need to respond. She hesitated to suffer kidney failure seven months ago.
Dr. Bader explained that the need for Sabeeha came to the clinic complaining about mild pain and had to let them know that they had to perform dialysis three times a week and that the Hajj did not want to tell because they were afraid they could not perform Hajj with the necessary procedures and to do 3 washing sessions so far, the first She was in the Al Noor hospital, the second in the Arafa hospital and the third on the day of Eid in the Mina hospital.
For his part, Al-Hajah Sabiha Mahmoud Mohammed, 47, told her story: "I suffer from kidney failure and have come to the kingdom to do Hajj without my family.
She added: After having had a kidney dialysis session at the Mina hospital following the discovery of the medical team of the program of guests of the Keeper of the Two Holy Mosques.
"I lost my husband at the bombing of the al-Rawdah mosque in 2017. I have five children and one of them has a disability. I discovered my kidney failure seven months ago and the doctors decided to do three weekly washing sessions," said Sabihah, who tells her story with fate.
She added: "I have been informed about my choice for Hajj in the guests of the Guardian of the Two Holy Mosques. This was my first argument. When I arrived in Mecca without accompanying one of my family, they told me in medical clinic that I could complete Haji and perform dialysis very easily and happily, from hospitals to complete kidney dialysis, under the supervision and aftercare of the chairman of the Health Committee of Egypt's pilgrims, Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Matrafi.
Her Majesty the King appealed to the Keeper of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, for the unexpected and great hospitality of the families of martyrs and wounded people from Egypt who had not expected such generosity.
The head of the health committee for the pilgrims of the families of the martyrs and the victims of the Egyptian army and the police Abdulla al-Matrafi confirmed that the situation was followed and that she was escorted from the camp to the hospital and stayed with her until the end of the washing session, emphasizing that all guests of the Guardian of the Two Holy Mosques follow their health and attention to their safety And comfort them to perform their tasks easily and easily.
"Since the arrival of the Egyptian pilgrims by the guests of the king, more than 350 cases of detection have been carried out, of which 3 cases have been transferred to the hospital.