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Iftar in Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah is limited to Dates & Water

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Iftar in Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah

Iftar of those fasting in the Prophet’s Mosque is limited to dates and water, and it is made on an individual basis.

  • Preventing bringing any food or drinks to the Prophet’s Mosque and its squares during the holy month of Ramadan.
  • A person is allowed to enter with (dates) only for Iftar.
  • It is forbidden to provide suhoor meals to visitors, worshipers, and others in the vicinity of the Prophet’s Mosque and its facilities and the inner and outer courtyards surrounding it.
  • Suspension Ittikaaf In the last ten days of Ramadan for this year 1442 AH; In the interest of the safety of visitors and worshipers, and in compliance with the precautions and precautionary measures.

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