When the countdown began to leave Mina to perform the farewell tawaaf, the guest program, supervised by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Da’wah and Guidance, held the largest mural with various notes of sincere gratitude from pilgrims. The wall was signed by 2,000 pilgrims from the families and martyrs of Palestine and Egypt in the camps of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ Custodian revealing a detailed description of their experiences and emotions.

Although most of the pilgrims of the martyrs and the injured belong to the over 45 age group, nevertheless, the statements came spontaneously and without adornment.

“The great achievements of a great country with great men, thank you to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his men,” wrote Adil Alyazori.

While Abdulaziz Alomran wrote, “Thank you to King Salman, the leader of the Islamic Ummah.”

Also, a Palestinian woman expressed her thanks in her own way, writing in blue, “Special thanks from the mother of the martyr Mohammed Jamal Jouda to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques for his reception and hospitality.”

Another pilgrim, Ziad Naseeb, wrote, ”Thank you to Saudi Arabia’s government and people for the hospitality.”