They don’t have a clue how to engage with these people,” said Irfan al-Alawi, co-founder of the Makkah-based Islamic Heritage Research Foundation (IHRF). “There’s no crowd control,” Alawi said.
Another witness, 39-year-old Egyptian Mohammed Hasan, voiced worries that a similar incident “could happen again”.
“You just find soldiers gathered in one place doing nothing,” he said
In the last major incident, in January 2006, 364 pilgrims were killed in a stampede during the stoning ritual, and in 1990, 1,426 mainly Asian pilgrims died in a tunnel stampede at Mina after a ventilation system failure.
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