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The Basra-Makkah route, the second most important Hajj pathway, passed through Wadi Al-Batin in the northeast of the Arabian Peninsula, crossed several deserts, and ran parallel to the Kufa-Makkah road until the two paths met at Umm Kharman station in Awtas, 18 km from Zat Irq.
After the Bahrain road meets the Basra route in Dharih, it passes through several stops, including Jadilah, Faljah, Al-Dfeinah, Qiba, Maran, Wajrah, Awta, Zat Irq and Al-Bustan, until it reaches Makkah.