- خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
انطلق البوسني "سناد هادزيتش" البالغ 47 عامًا متوجهًا إلى "مكة المكرمة" لأداء فريضة الحج سيرًا على الأقدام، وقد وصل إلى "تركيا" بعد أن خرج من بلده منذ ديسمبر2011، وقطع 600 ميل مارًّا بالعديد من البلدان الأوروبية.
وأكد "سناد هادزيتش" - في تصريحاته لوسائل الإعلام - أنه قطع 500 ميل من "إسطنبول" إلى "سوريا"، وينوي المرور بالبلاد دون خوف؛ لأنه في معية الله رافعًا العلم السوري مكتوبًا عليه "النصر" ومُترَحِّمًا على شهداء الثورة السورية. المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
يرجى الإشارة إلى المصدر عند نقل الخبر – شبكة الألوكة.
Few Muslims who go to Mecca each year for The Hajj do so on two feet. And of the few who do, virtually none do so from their homes in Europe. But Senad Hadzic is trying to do just that — walking from Bosnia to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
The Hajj, as it is known, is still far away, at the end of October, but 47-year-old Senad Hadzic has already set off in that direction.
That's because he is on foot.
He started from his hometown in northern Bosnia back in December 2011 and is walking all the way to Mecca — a distance of 3,600 miles. He covers between 12 to 20 miles a day.
Monday, he stopped at The Bosphorus, the waterway that divides Istanbul and separates Europe from Asia.
Just before hitting the road again, Senad Hadzic proudly shows off the meager contents of his backback. He’s got a Koran wrapped in plastic for protection against the elements, a bible, maps and flags of the six countries he plans to cross.
“To be honest, before i started on this trip, everybody was frightened for me, asking how will I, as a Muslim, be able to travel though Christian countries like Serbia and Bulgaria,” Hadzic said.
But he was never scared. Traveling with very little money, Hadzic says he’s depended on the kindness of strangers for much of the 600 miles or so he’s walked so far.
“In Serbia, people came out on the street and gave me a hat, or some socks,” Hadzic said. “In one case, a professor in Serbia invited me to stay in his house. This Serbian professor, who was a Christian, told me that I was the first Muslim who had stepped in his house in his life. It was a great honor for me”.
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