Saudi Arabia is set to become home to the largest hotel in the world with a whopping 10000 rooms.

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  1. nonaufascisme

    IT WILL MAKE A GREAT TARGET THE DAY THE WEST DECIDES TO NUKE THE SAUDIS OUT OF THE FACE OF THE EARTH! LET US HOPE THAT IT WILL HAPPEN SOON! WHO WANTS TO GO THERE ANYWAY!

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  2. Arslan Shaik

    If Saudi Arabia was in the hands of Iranians , they would have made shrines all over Holy Land, thanks to Saudi Arabia, building large hotels to accommodate pilgrims, and making it easier to stay near Makkah.

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  3. victor pionet

    what a waste of effort.. accomodation for religious reasons. As long as your stupid enough to believe you'll pay

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  4. mohamed saad

    motherfucker saudian without the damn oil they would still be riding camel in the fuckeing desert

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  5. Sans the Skeleton (Kawaii neko)

    hmm maybe i should tell my mom that i want to go to that hotel like if i should lol

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  6. Hollywood

    All this will be covered by sand one day. Then 2000 years later an alien race will land on that desert and they will dig up a big black stone embedded in a silver metal vagina and they will call it the Rosetta stone of the Arab civilization…except there is nothing written on it ……which leaves them baffled and perplexed. So they take it back to their planet and put it in a museum for all the aliens to gaze at and wonder what a magnificent civilization that must have been.

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  7. AxeFire

    Hajj is no longer a holy thing for the Saudi

    it has become a giant money grabbing machine that allows the rich wahibi to get even richer and step on all the poor

    doubt allah said anything about extravagant wealth.

    shout all around about haram stuff yet you abuse and waste money on wasteful luxury

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  8. batman

    why build this shit hotel,mecca is a place of worship not a luxery trip, this is a sign of the end of the world…

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  9. Amin Niknam

    If this is meant to be opened in 2017, then why isn't there any photos or a report on its construction? all we see is some CGI images!

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  10. ertugrul gültekin

    I do not like saudis. They just behead. Men can do whatever they want but women are not even allowed to drive. And sheiks and princes can have orgy in other countries. Fck islam !!

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  11. ‫نايف العتيبي‬‎

    ههههههه ابك ذا انتم علمتونا اياه ولا كنت اعبي ماء من الغدير ربي عطاكم مكينه فروسكم

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  12. daniel husaini

    prediction of judgement day …kiamat ….really nearby now ….its only 2km frm masjidil haram …..astaghfirullah alazim

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  13. F.U. Nayem

    Love from Bangladesh to KSA and all Saudis. May Allah preserve the Ulamas especially kibar Ulama like Sheikh Fawzan, Rabi and also preserve the leaders. Malik Salman has taken strict and bold decisions. May Allah aid KSA.
    And may Allah purify and rectify KSA even more. And make them a shinning example.

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  14. J0nesJr

    Saudis are destroying ancient Islamic heritage for wealth, they are seriously pissing me off, Pakistan please nuke Riyadh, and then send your army to Hejaz and kill anybody who stands in your way till both holy mosques are liberated from these filthy wahabbis. Bloody wahabbis who only care about money and oil and always think they are right and everybody else is wrong, Abdul Wahab najdi was a dog I curse him everyday, his own father and brother used to curse him and call him the devil!! These are the role models of Saudis, wallahi if I get the chance to fight Saud royal family I wouldn't wait 1 day. Also before anybody says I am a Shia, I'm not I am a hanafi Sunni and love all sahaba karam (ra) and ahlul bayt (ra) but these Wahabbi they are a new creation and they are the enemies INSIDE Islam.

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  15. J0nesJr

    I'm Muslim it seems hajj has become a business for Saudis, they are acting like they are expanding their business empire who's clientele are mainly poor Muslims who have saved up years of hard earned money to be put into the hands of these business men. Boycott Saud regime and free occupied hejaz from these people who are looting Muslims. I live in the UK so it's not hard for me to fund myself to go to hajj, but i feel sorry for the poor Muslims from Africa, Middleeast, Afghanistan, Pakistan who will not be able to fulfill their dreams and an important religious obligation because the Saudis are only wanting to fill their pockets with their money. I used to only blame the Saudi Royal family before but it's becoming apparent to me that a lot of the Saudi people themselves are spineless and cannot or will not stand up to their corrupt leaders as they get bursaries from them, they are selling the Muslims and their religion for a small little bit of money, shame on you greedy people.

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  16. immsjed Imran

    well those are human being they like Saudi Arabia those are animal they don't like most of people's in the world they are follow animals

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