As part of its continuous efforts to spread cultural and religious awareness among the various strata of society including mosques visitors and students, the Department of Islamic Education and Religious Guidance of the Islamic Affairs
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.
Eid Takbeer will be broadcast after the Fajer prayer for an hour before sunrise on the first day of Eid from the mosques’ minarets.
Signs, posters relating to the prevention guideline for the coronavirus have been placed in almost all mosques in the emirate under the supervision of the Sharjah Islamic Affairs Department.
The Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the third holiest site for Muslims after Saudi Arabia's Makkah and Medina, also reopened for prayers for the first time since it was closed since mid-March.
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
Here is some good news for the faithful. After reopening beaches and parks to the public albeit with strict regulations, Dubai has given the green light for opening the doors of mosques to the public – again.
Some 1,500 holy sites are preparing to welcome visitors, the channel reported, showing footage of workers disinfecting floors and carpets. The decision comes weeks before the Hajj, the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Makkah.
Large gatherings will only worsen the numbers and overwhelm the health care system that has less than 3,000 acute care beds for a population of 220 million people, says Dr Qaiser Sajjad, secretary general of the Pakistan Medical Association and one of the authors of the letter.