Islamic Center of Quebec Hajj Package for 2015

Islamic Center of Quebec Hajj Package for 2015

ISLAMIC CENTER OF QUEBEC
HAJJ PACKAGE FOR 2016
$10,990.00 per person
MAKKAH FIRST (Aug 11 to Sep 06)

MAKKAH FIRST (11 aot-06 septembre)

Makkah Approximately 5 nights in Movenpick Hotel (5*) with breakfast.

La Mecque - Environ 5 nuits en Htel Movenpick (5 *) avec petit djeuner.

Madinah 8 nights in Al Haram Hotel (5*) with breakfast & Dinner.

Mdine
Mdine -- 8
8 nuits
nuits en
en Htel
Htel Al
Al Haram
Haram (5*)
(5*) avec
avec petit
petit djeuner.
djeuner.

Mina 4 Nights in North American A/C tent with 3 meals.

Mina - 4 nuits en Amrique du Nord A / C tente avec 3 repas.

Arafat 1 Day accommodation in North American Upgrade Tent (1 Meal)

Arafat
Arafat -- hbergement
hbergement 1
1 Day
Day in
in Tente
Tente de
de mise
mise niveau
niveau en
en Amrique
Amrique du
du Nord
Nord (1
(1 repas)
repas)

Stay in AZIZIAH before and after Hajj with 2 Meals.

Rester dans Aziziah avant et aprs le plerinage (2 repas).

Draft and Zabiha included.

Projet
Projet et
et Zabiha
Zabiha inclus.
inclus.

For More Information, Please call the Islamic Center of Quebec .

Pour plus d'informations, S'il vous plat appelez le Centre islamique de Qubec.

(514) 331-1770 / 331-5582 www.icqmontreal.com

(514)
(514) 331-1770
331-1770 // 331-5582
331-5582 www.icqmontreal.com
www.icqmontreal.com

Deposit of $3,000 is required for reservation.

Dpt de 3000 $ est requis pour la rservation.

Dates are subject to change.
Group will be accompanied by an IMAM.

Les dates sont sujettes changement.

Groupe
Groupe sera
sera accompagn
accompagn par
par un
un Imam.
Imam.

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