The Ministry of Islamic Affairs: Lifting Temporary Ban on Prayers in Mosques Update by the Ministry. Kingdom’s temporary ban on Friday Prayers and obligatory prayers is to safeguard people from the virus. Dr. Abdullatif Al-Sheikh mentioned to the Saudi Press Agency that it will need discussions and linked with the current pandemic. More details below.
Lifting Temporary Ban on Prayers in Mosques Update by the Ministry
The Minister of Islamic Affairs mentioned that they are working day and night with other involved authorities. The scholars, health authorities, and other members are working very hard to keep people safe. The current temporary ban on prayers in mosques requires committees, authorities, and rulers continuous joint effort before opening it to people.
He also mentioned that they are “keen on lifting the temporary ban on Friday and Obligatory Prayers in the mosques”. He also hopes that this virus disappears and all issues resolved related to this virus. The matter will be monitored with the Senior scholars’ Council and health authorities under the directives of rulers. Here is the official update from the Makkah Region official twitter account.
#الشؤون_الإسلامية:— إمارة منطقة مكة (@makkahregion) May 2, 2020
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