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Saudis' Deliberate Negligence the Primary Cause of Increasing Death Toll in Mina Catastrophe

Eyewitness reports from Mina suggest that the catastrophe wasn’t an incident but a controlled crime.

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Saudi emergency personnel stand near bodies of Hajj pilgrims at the site where at least 717 were killed and hundreds wounded in a stampede in Mina, near the holy city of Mecca, at the annual hajj in Saudi Arabia on September 24, 2015
Photo courtesy: vanguardngr.com

(SALEM, Ore.) - Eyewitness reports indicate that there was deliberate and serious negligence of Saudi aid workers after the stampede to deliver medical services and that caused the mounting number of victims to grow to nearly 5000 people.

The eyewitnesses believe although the stampede happened at 8 in the morning, and aid workers were present at the site, they deliberately delayed treating many of the victims until noon. The delay certainly played a pivotal role in the growing death toll.

Saudi officials have always asserted their vigilance in serving the Hajis but the eyewitness reports from Mina suggest that the catastrophe wasn’t an incident but a controlled crime. #NO2ALSAUD

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