Saudi Arabia: The Ministry of Islamic Affairs comments on “determining” the date for the return of the Friday and Friday prayers to mosques

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, on Sunday, commented on what was circulated about setting a date for the return of the prayer of gathering and groups to mosques, denying their authenticity.

The ministry said in a tweet via its official page on Twitter, that there is no truth in what has been circulated about setting a specific date for the return of the prayers of gathering and congregation to mosques and mosques.

And Saudi Islamic affairs confirmed that the suspension of prayers in mosques and mosques continues, and noted that maintenance, sterilization and cleaning operations are part of the precautionary measures taken by the ministry to confront the new Corona virus, according to the tweet.

Saudi Arabia announced that it would suspend the performance of prayers in mosques on March 17 as part of the procedures followed in the country to prevent the spread of the Corona virus.

The number of HIV infections in Saudi Arabia reached 17,522, while the number of deaths in the country as a result of this disease reached 139, while 2,357 people recovered until April 26.





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