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Two Holy Mosques will open soon for worshippers: Sheikh Al-Sudais

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Two Holy Mosques will open soon for worshippers is the message by the head of General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques. Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais gave reassurance to the worshippers by a video message. The message says that the days will come soon when the faithful or worshippers return to the holy mosques.

Two Holy Mosques will open soon for worshippers: Sheikh Al-Sudais

Sheikh’s message has reassured Muslims around the world who are sad these days. The Two Holy Mosques are restricted due to the current conditions. Shiekh mentioned that Muslims will again come for Umrah and visit the Holy Kaaba.

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah also published a statement that under the leadership, precautions are in place and work is underway for more procedures in place. The Ministry has also assured that Muslims around the world will visit the Holy Mosques after it re-opens.

There is no date given on when it will happen but there are many upgrades and updates to the Holy Mosques i.e. thermal technology. These steps are necessary to safeguard everyone. The message re-assures everyone of light at the end of the tunnel.

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