Masjid-e-Nabawi, Masjid-Al-Aqsa opened for worshipers

RightNowTimes: The Prophet’s Mosque and Al-Aqsa Mosque were opened for worshipers

RightNowTimes: The Prophet’s Mosque has reopened to the public in Saudi Arabia since Sunday.

Saudi citizens prayed at the Prophet’s Mosque on Sunday morning, taking precautionary measures against the corona virus.

As a precautionary measure, the number of people in the Prophet’s Mosque at a time has been limited to 40% of the capacity of the mosque.

All mosques in other Saudi cities have also been opened for prayers.

RightNowTimes: On the other hand, Al-Aqsa Mosque has been reopened in occupied Jerusalem after about two months.

According to AFP, worshipers coming for Fajr prayers were allowed to enter the compound.

Al-Aqsa Mosque was closed in March to curb the spread of the Covarna virus.

Re-opening the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque more than two months after the closure due to Corona

RightNowTimes: The city of Jerusalem witnessed the reopening of the Al-Aqsa Mosque doors, more than two months after the closure, due to the outbreak of the Corona virus.

And the authorities responsible for managing the mosque imposed precautions on worshipers, as they required them to wear masks and bring personal carpets to pray.

RightNowTimes: Reports from the city indicate that hundreds of worshipers chanted “God is great” as they gathered for the dawn prayer inside the mosque.

The Council of Endowments, Islamic Affairs and Holy Sites had attributed the decision to reopen the closed mosque since March 15, due to the slow spread of the Coruna virus.

Show More

Related Articles

Back to top button