As the pandemic continues, 8 Arab countries allow Tarawih prayers in mosques

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Precautionary measures have been imposed, including setting a time limit and continuing to close places for ablution


Mosques in some Arab countries return to receiving worshipers during the month of Ramadan, especially for Tarawih prayers, after they closed their doors last year to prevent the outbreak of the Corona virus.

In detail, 8 countries (Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Bahrain, the Emirates, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt and Algeria) announced that they would allow daily homework, Friday sermon and Tarawih prayers in mosques, according to Russia Today.

And 5 countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Qatar, Oman and Jordan) announced that Tarawih prayers would not be held in mosques during the month of fasting, which will start on April 13 and end on May 12, according to astronomical calculations.

With the continuation of the pandemic, the eight countries imposed precautionary measures, including mosques, including setting a maximum time limit for Taraweeh, continuing to close places of ablution, maintaining physical distancing, wearing masks, taking a prayer rug, banning religious lessons and mass breakfasts, and vaccinating against Corona.

As the pandemic continues, 8 Arab countries allow Tarawih prayers in mosques

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Mosques in some Arab countries return to receiving worshipers during the month of Ramadan, especially for Tarawih prayers, after they closed their doors last year to prevent the outbreak of the Corona virus.

In detail, 8 countries (Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Bahrain, the Emirates, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt and Algeria) announced that they would allow daily homework, Friday sermon and Tarawih prayers in mosques, according to Russia Today.

And 5 countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Qatar, Oman and Jordan) announced that Tarawih prayers would not be held in mosques during the month of fasting, which will start on April 13 and end on May 12, according to astronomical calculations.

With the continuation of the pandemic, the eight countries imposed precautionary measures, including mosques, including setting a maximum time limit for Taraweeh, continuing to close places of ablution, maintaining physical distancing, wearing masks, taking a prayer rug, banning religious lessons and mass breakfasts, and vaccinating against Corona.

April 12, 2021 – Shaaban 30, 1442

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Precautionary measures have been imposed, including setting a time limit and continuing to close places for ablution

Mosques in some Arab countries return to receiving worshipers during the month of Ramadan, especially for Tarawih prayers, after they closed their doors last year to prevent the outbreak of the Corona virus.

In detail, 8 countries (Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Bahrain, the Emirates, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt and Algeria) announced that they would allow daily homework, Friday sermon and Tarawih prayers in mosques, according to Russia Today.

And 5 countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Qatar, Oman and Jordan) announced that Tarawih prayers would not be held in mosques during the month of fasting, which will start on April 13 and end on May 12, according to astronomical calculations.

With the continuation of the pandemic, the eight countries imposed precautionary measures, including mosques, including setting a maximum time limit for Taraweeh, continuing to close places of ablution, maintaining physical distancing, wearing masks, taking a prayer rug, banning religious lessons and mass breakfasts, and vaccinating against Corona.





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