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Not to transmit or broadcast prayers.. Saudi Arabia issues new instructions for mosques during Ramadan

Not to transmit or broadcast prayers.. Saudi Arabia issues new instructions for mosques during Ramadan

The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance in Saudi Arabia issued a set of instructions and directives for preparing mosques before the blessed month of Ramadan, emphasizing the regulations and instructions for mosque employees in all regions of the Kingdom to serve worshipers, in conjunction with the approaching month of Ramadan..

According to the Saudi Press Agency, “SPA”, the ministry stressed the employees of mosques, including imams and muezzins, of the necessity to be regular in their work and not to be absent during the blessed month of Ramadan, and not to use cameras in mosques to photograph the imam and worshipers while performing prayers, and not to transmit prayers or broadcast them in the media of all kinds. It also stressed the muezzins to adhere to the times of the call to prayer according to the Umm al-Qura calendar, and to emphasize the time for the evening prayer call to prayer at the specified time in the month of Ramadan, and to stay after the call to prayer according to the approved period for each prayer..

The ministry called upon the importance of reminding imams of mosques to read useful books to the congregation of the mosque after the obligatory prayers, especially those related to the provisions and etiquette of fasting and the virtues of the holy month and the provisions related to it, in addition to topics that touch the community’s need in belief and behavior, and what strengthens national cohesion.

The ministry stressed to all mosque employees in the various regions of the Kingdom not to collect financial donations for projects that offer Iftar for fasting people and others, and that the projects should be in the courtyards of mosques and prepared places, and that they be under the responsibility of the imam or the muezzin, and that the places designated for breaking the fast are cleaned immediately after the completion of the Iftar..

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The directives also included emphasizing adherence to the rules of i’tikaaf, and that the imam of the mosque should be responsible for authorizing the worshipers, and the need to take into account the conditions of people in the Tarawih prayers, and to limit the prayers of channels to prayer mosques, and to emphasize the institutions of maintenance and hygiene of the need to ensure the cleanliness of the mosque, and women’s chapels and work to prepare them And intensifying field tours to follow up the work of cleaning and maintenance companies and the commitment of mosque employees to the instructions.

At the conclusion of its statement, the Ministry of Islamic Affairs noted the importance of the mosque’s message and the role of mosque imams and preachers in exploiting the holy month by reminding worshipers and taking care of everything that contributes to their awareness, guidance and urging them to do good and exposure to God’s breath. Disturbing and disturbing worshipers without following them, especially in Tarawih prayers.