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Tips For Performing Umrah With Kids

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Are you planning Umrah with kids? Umrah is the ultimate goal and recognition for Muslims around the world. And for parents, it is important to ensure that Umrah and its love is perpetrated into the children. Many contemplate over taking their kids to Umrah. Some are reluctant and some make the bold decision. However, here we have  given a detailed account of the tips and recommendations for parents who have decided to go to Umrah with their kids.

 

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