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Friday, October 2, 2015

Lebih 200 jemaah Iran gagal dikesan


Riyadh: Selepas seminggu, Arab Saudi masih belum mengeluarkan kenyataan rasmi jumlah warganegara yang terkorban dalam tragedi rempuhan di Mina yang menyebabkan 769 jemaah mati. Namun, beberapa negara sudah mengumumkan jumlah jemaahnya yang terbunuh dalam tragedi itu.

Iran hari ini mengumumkan 464 jemaahnya terbunuh dalam tragedi itu, termasuk lebih 200 jemaah yang gagal dikesan, menjadikan ia negara paling ramai mati.


Ketua Pasukan Bulan Sabit Merah Iran di Teheran, Ali Marashi, berkata pihaknya sudah mencari mereka yang hilang di semua hospital tetapi gagal.

Berikut jumlah jemaah yang mati mengikut negara berdasarkan pengumuman rasmi kerajaan negara itu atau laporan media negara terbabit.

Iran: 464 mati

Mesir: 75 mati, 94 hilang

Nigeria: 64 mati, 244 hilang

Mali: 60 mati

Indonesia: 57 mati, 78 hilang

India: 45 mati

Pakistan: 40 mati, lebih 60 hilang

Niger: 22 mati

Cameroon: 20 mati

Ivory Coast: 14 mati, 77 hilang

Chad: 11 mati

Algeria: 11 mati

Senegal: 10 mati

Maghribi:10 mati. 29 hilang

Somalia: 8 mati.

Libya: 4 mati, 16 hilang

Tanzania: 4 mati

Kenya: 3 mati

Tunisia: 2 mati

Malaysia: 1 mati

Burkina Faso: 1 mati

Burundi: 1 mati

Belanda: 1 mati

Benin: tidak diketahui jumlah kematian

Iran's hajj stampede death toll soars to 464

Tehran, Oct 1, 2015 (AFP) -

After Iran threatened a "fierce" response to delays repatriating its dead, Tehran and Riyadh reached an agreement to speed up the return of the bodies of Iranian victims.

Tehran has accused its regional rival Saudi Arabia of hindering its efforts to bring home the bodies.

Iran's IRNA news agency quoted Health Minister Hassan Hashemi as saying that he and his Saudi counterpart Khaled al-Falih had agreed to "speed up the repatriation process".

"We were assured that no Iranian would be buried (in Saudi Arabia) without the permission of the government and their relatives," he said.

Those unidentified bodies who are clearly Iranian would be repatriated first and identified at home, Hashemi added.

"Saudi officials are failing to do their duties," Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in a speech Wednesday to graduating navy officers.

"They should know that the slightest disrespect towards tens of thousands of Iranian pilgrims in Mecca and Medina and not fulfilling their obligation to transfer holy bodies will have Iran's tough and fierce reaction."

The missing included four Iranian diplomats, who the official Isna news agency said are thought to have died.

Ghazanfar Roknabadi, 49, the country's former ambassador to Lebanon, a highly sensitive post, is among the four.

Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli visited Roknabadi's family in Tehran on Thursday and sent president Hassan Rouhani's condolences, Isna reported.

"The fate of 16 other Iranian pilgrims is still unclear according to latest figures," Rahmani Fazli told the ex-diplomat's family.

The two regional rivals were already at odds over Iran's support for Shiite Huthi rebels in Yemen, where a Saudi-led Arab coalition has waged months of air strikes against the insurgents.

Riyadh has accused Tehran of playing politics with the hajj tragedy.

On Wednesday the coalition said it had seized an Iranian boat in the Arabian Sea loaded with weapons destined for Yemeni rebels.

It said the boat, registered to an Iranian as a fishing vessel, was carrying 18 Concourse anti-armour shells, 54 BGM17 anti-tank shells, 15 shell battery kits, four firing guidance systems and various items of launch-related equipment.

A source in Iran's foreign ministry later rejected the claims as "propaganda", IRNA reported.

Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia and its allies have repeatedly accused their Shiite rival Iran of arming the Huthi rebels, who have seized swathes of Yemen including the capital.

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Artikel ini disiarkan pada : Khamis, 1 Oktober 2015 @ 7:30 PM

Ahli keluarga jemaah Iran menunggu kepulangan jemaah haji dari Arab Saudi di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Imam Khomeini di Teheran, semalam. Jemaah Iran paling ramai mati dalam tragedi rempuhan di Mina minggu lalu. - Foto EPA
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