iran not to send mecca pilgrims blames saudi
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Iran not to send Mecca pilgrims, blames Saudi

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 Iranians will not take part in this year's Mecca pilgrimage because of "obstacles" raised by Saudi Arabia, custodian of Islam's holiest sites, Iran's Culture Minister Ali Jannati said Sunday.

"After two series of negotiations without any results because of obstacles raised by the Saudis, Iranian pilgrims will unfortunately not be able to take part in the hajj" pilgrimage, starting in June, he said, quoted by state television.

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