By Libya Herald reporter.
Tripoli, 3 October 2015:
The Libyan Haj Commission has now put the number of Libyan pilgrims who died in . . .[restrict]the Mecca stampede tragedy on 24 September at eleven.
In addition, according to the commission, four Libyan pilgrims died of natural causes while on pilgrimage while another died in the Grand Mosque crane collapse on 11 September, making a total so far of 16 deaths during the Haj season. Six pilgrims, however, remain missing and it is trying to find out if they are among bodies still unidentified or have not been found because of more mundane reasons.
Seven pilgrims are in hospital, it further stated.
The names of those killed in the stampede are listed as: Hussein Mahjob and Nureddin Shaiq (both from from Beida); Fatima Abdulhameed (Shahat); Aziza Allam (Guba), Yousef Hadi (Azzizia); Zahara Shahrani and Aisha Dawi (Darj), Omran Abdulnabi (Zliten), Mabruka Hamadi (central region), Salma Faqih (Tarhouna); and Abdulrahman Dughri (Tripoli).
The pilgrims who died of natural causes are named as Ahmed Abdrabeh (Benghazi); Khadija Awhida (Tripoli); and Amna Karzap and Fatima Darnawi (Misrata).
Jumaa Musbah Allafi, 66, from Ajilat died in the Grand Mosque crane collapse.
The missing pilgrims are named as: Qasami Jabali (Benghazi), Fatima Raqiq (Jebel Akhdar); Mohamed Taib (Derj); Jumaa Abbasi (Tarhouna); Abdulnaser Zubik (Tripoli); and Omran Ibraham (Jebel Nafusa). [/restrict]