Saudi suspends praying in the Two Holy Mosques for Ramadan
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-04-21 04:15:29 || Updated: 2020-04-21 04:15:29
Due to coronavirus bad impact worlds a large number of countrys are stopped praying on the mosque.
General view of Kaaba at the Grand Mosque which is almost empty of worshippers, after Saudi authority suspended umrah (Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca) amid the fear of coronavirus outbreak, at Muslim holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia March 6, 2020/ Reuters
Saudi Arabia extended on Monday the suspension of praying in the Grand Mosque and Prophet’s Mosque during the fasting month of Ramadan to stem the spread of the coronavirus, the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques’ Affairs said on Twitter.
The two mosques, which are considered the holiest places in Islam, will have Ramadan prayers but without worshippers as a precautionary measure and to intensify disinfection operations, the presidency added on Twitter.
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