It is well known that dam e shukar (also known as al-Hady الهدي) or slaughtering for Hajj is made within the boundaries of the Haram. It is also known that now a days the slaughtering can not be made anywhere, it has to be made within the designated slaughter houses by the government.
I have came to know that this slaughter house is being used by some agents for slaughtering for Hajj on behalf of Hajjees.
According to this picture, though the exact boundaries are not clear, the slaughter house seems outside the boundaries of Haram.
Can anybody confirm please.
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The slaughter house you have posted first is certainly within the boundary as you may see from your own map the boundary actually is much further west (it is on the highway to Djeddah - the blue mark-). While Mekka is more in the east (at the border of the map I've posted below you may still see the capital "M") and the Masjid al-Haram (The Haram) is more in the North (North/west) at the border of the map I've posted below (close to the right corner you may still read "Al-Haram").
The boundaries of the sanctuary of Mecca are described in some sources like in imam an-Nawawi's al-Majmo' from which I've quoted them in my answer on Are non-muslims allowed to visit Mecca? the ambiguity in the map therein is due to the fact that it excludes mountains (جبل) surrounding it which at least have been natural boundaries in earlier times.
Here some of these which can be found on google maps by searching for "haram boundaries or حد الحرم" which are marked in the area around Mekka:
On the Highway between Mekka and Djeddah -here- (In the west of Mekka).
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