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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Police launched a comprehensive awareness-raising media campaign during the holy month of Ramadan under the slogan "Our Month - Obedience and Commitment" to create awareness of various preventive measures that ensure the safety of the public.
The police shared a post on social media urging drivers to adhere to the speed limits and allocate more time to complete the trip to avoid congestion and traffic accidents.
The Abu Dhabi Police also stressed that drivers should refrain from randomly stopping or parking cars near mosques during the evening and Taraweeh prayers as it obstructs traffic.
Giving pedestrians their right to cross is part of preserving Ramadan values, the post included.
Abu Dhabi Police will broadcast a 30-episode TV series throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, on their social media platforms and local channels, to enhance public awareness of the most prominent positive behaviours and about COVID-19 precautionary measures to maintain the safety and security of community members.
Abu Dhabi Police appealed to the public to call the Aman service on 8002626 or send a text message on 2828 to help increase the level of security and safety in the community.
Abu Dhabi Police will broadcast a 30-episode TV series throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, on their social media platforms and local channels, to enhance public awareness of the most prominent positive behaviours and about COVID-19 precautionary measures.
It is not just a spectacle watching 35,000 people converge at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Ramadan for UAEs largest Iftar (breaking of fast at the sunset), but also a logistical masterclass — considering the smooth manner in which the gathered faithful are served food — and perfect preparations by the Abu Dhabi Armed Forces Club and Hotel chefs who work all day at the mosque’s massive kitchen to produce the free meals for the worshippers.
The UAE Embassies and Consulates General have supervised the distribution of food baskets and Ramadan Ration in Kosovo and India, reports WAM.
Fire officials say about 15 people were on the deck of a beach house on the 20500 block of Pacific Coast Highway on Saturday when it gave way, dropping them onto the large rocks below.
"As vaccine supply continues to improve and vaccination capacity gets enhanced in all federating units, we continue to expand the categories of those who are eligible to get vaccinated," Umar said on Twitter.
Their Highnesses Supreme Council Members and Rulers of the Emirates have also congratulated Sheikh Khalifa, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid and Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed, on the advent of Eid Al Fitr.