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Iftar travel in Makkah and Madinah… A charity that the neighbors of the Two Holy Mosques inherited through generations

Families in the cities of Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah from the neighbors of the Two Holy Mosques compete to provide breakfast travel for those who fast and those who visit the Two Holy Mosques. In the world to the guests of God.

Omar Nour Al-Huda, who has been participating for 13 years in organizing the Iftar travel inside the Grand Mosque in Mecca, says that he inherited the habit from his father, who died a few years ago and was buried in the soil of Makkah Al-Mukarramah, and his passion for serving its visitors and Umrah performers coming from all over the world, and he adds: “I feel and I I persevere in this mission, dear to my heart, with the commandments and influence of my father, who bequeathed to me this charitable tradition, and I adhered to it in fulfillment of him and righteousness with goodness that I do not like to be cut off from after he left life, and one of the best things he recommended and emphasized was the iftar meal in the Sacred Mosque.

Families in the cities of Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah from the neighbors of the Two Holy Mosques compete to provide breakfast travel for those fasting (SPA)

Nour Al-Huda recounted many family experiences that pass this charity on from generation to generation, including the Khawanda family’s trip, which has reached more than 5 decades to this day. It started with the great grandfather, and the grandchildren from his family continue to come at the end of the day every day of Ramadan. To fulfill this charitable commitment, and one of the experiences is the travel of the Al-Lihyani family, which is close to two decades old, in providing breakfast meals to the guests of Rahman, and young and old from each family race to accomplish the work every day in the best and best way.

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In the Prophet’s Mosque, the Al-Qash family continues to take turns honoring serving the guests of Rahman by presenting a meal to break the fast for more than 70 years. The trip at the breakfast of those who are fasting. Family members are keen to accompany their young children to deepen this meaning in their souls and to establish this habit with them, as it is an uninterrupted Meccan and Medinan social tradition.

Part of the book of breaking the fast for those fasting in Makkah Al-Karmah and Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah

For its part, the Al-Haramain Agency for Services Affairs supervises the setting of controls regulating the status and reception of travel, preparing ways to prepare it and determining travel sites, in advance of the month of Ramadan, as thousands of Ramadan travel spread throughout the two Holy Mosques and its squares, according to the permitted items and specified quantities. It is presented to the fasting people according to specific health requirements. The Department of Squares and the Travel Unit also organize in a precise order and system the process of breaking the fast of the fasting people, while raising thousands of travelers in record time before performing the Maghrib prayer.

And Muhammad Al-Omari, one of the employees of the Presidency of the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, says that the children of those families are keen to come to the Grand Mosque in Mecca early in the afternoon of each Ramadan day, to prepare their breakfast travel, and he added: “Young and old members of the same family participate who are motivated to provide their services and make Giving it with pleasure to the guests of Rahman, in a scene that does not tire reflects the solidarity of Muslims and their harmony, and the love of Saudis from the neighbors of the Two Holy Mosques to do good and give giving, and it is a praiseworthy habit that has been inherited from generations, and is regulated by the competent authorities that require a special permit for each trip to ensure that work is presented with high quality and full efficiency, out of concern For the safety of visitors and pilgrims.

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