News 24 Again allowed to slaughter camels in Medina slaughterhouses after a three-year break



expressiveSources said that the secretariat of the Medina again gave permission for the slaughter of camels in the city's slaughterhouses, after a 3-year break, for fear of the spread of the "Corona" virus.

Sheikh Mohammed Al-Harqan, sheikh of the camel market in the city, said that this year the camel market witnessed a remarkable attendance of the victims, in contrast to the previous years, he pointed out that the sale of camels was more than 250 heads with the first day of Eid al-Adha.

He pointed out that the majority of the rise of residents of the nationality of Bermudian and Bangladeshi, they prefer to buy the camel.

He pointed out that the prices of camels begin between 2000 riyals and 7000 riyals, depending on the type and factions of the camels, pointing out that the Bengali community and the Bangladeshi workers prefer camel meat salt and clear and old age rather than prefer give to red camels, or young people, nor looting.


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News 24 Again allowed to slaughter camels in Medina slaughterhouses after a three-year break



expressiveSources said that the secretariat of the Medina again gave permission for the slaughter of camels in the city's slaughterhouses, after a 3-year break, for fear of the spread of the "Corona" virus.

Sheikh Mohammed Al-Harqan, sheikh of the camel market in the city, said that this year the camel market witnessed a remarkable attendance of the victims, in contrast to the previous years, he pointed out that the sale of camels was more than 250 heads with the first day of Eid al-Adha.

He pointed out that the majority of the rise of residents of the nationality of Bermudian and Bangladeshi, they prefer to buy the camel.

He pointed out that the prices of camels begin between 2000 riyals and 7000 riyals, depending on the type and factions of the camels, pointing out that the Bengali community and the Bangladeshi workers prefer camel meat salt and clear and old age rather than prefer give to red camels, or young people, nor looting.


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