In a media briefing on Monday, the authorities announce the easing of a number of restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic at the state level and the updates that are taking place in various sectors.
Three thousand Hindu temples and 1,400 churches have also been given permission for the same.
After the closure of mosques in the UAE due to the coronavirus pandemic, Wednesday, July 1, 2020 was like an Eid day for Muslims. People returned to the mosques for prayers all over the United Arab Emirates after more than 100 days
Mosques are the houses of Allah Almighty. Muslims from all over the world get solace while performing namaz and reciting the Holy Book Quran (the words of Allah) at mosques (“Sharjah prepares for mosques’ reopening, intensifies sterilisation,” June 3, Gulf Today website).
As part of the initiative, Dubai Endowment will build a commercial complex in the Al Khawaneej area, consisting of 29 shops, a large shopping mall, a medical centre and parking lots at a cost of Dhs40 million.
The UAE government has announced that authorities will increase the capacity of worshippers at mosques all across the country after community members’ commitment to COVID-19 protocols over the past few months.
The gesture by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to grant golden residency to imams of mosques, preachers and muezzins who have completed 20 years
Isha prayers will be held five minutes after the azan and maximum duration of Isha and Taraweeh prayers in mosques has been capped at 30 minutes.
I hope the Maker isn’t in a rage. I am tempted to come to that scary conclusion after I read about orders to shut down mosques, churches and places of worship.