Saudi Officials, Sterilization Workers Pray Taraweeh In Haram Sharif

Saudi Officials, Sterilization Workers Pray Taraweeh In Haram Sharif

Taraweeh in Saudi Arabia

The pandemic of coronavirus has led to locking down the whole world including mosques. As the month of Ramadan has come, the Taraweeh prayers were offered in Masjid al-Haram.

Although, the Saudi government banned praying in the Masjid al-Haram, including Taraweeh, the staff of Haram offered the Taraweeh prayer.

Taraweeh in Saudi Arabia

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Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the presidency told about the prayers at the two holy mosques. He said that only presidency officials and sterilization workers will offer prayers at the Holy Mosque of Makkah and Madinah during Ramadan.

Earlier, Dr. Abdul Latif Al-Sheikh, Saudi Minister of Islamic Affairs, talked to a news portal regarding prayers. He said, “The suspension of performing the five daily prayers at mosques is more important than the suspension of Taraweeh prayers.”

“We ask Allah the Almighty to accept Taraweeh prayers whether held at mosques, or homes, which we think is better for people’s health. We ask Allah the Almighty to accept prayers from all of us and protect humanity from this epidemic that hit the entire world,” Al-Sheikh added.

Taraweeh in Pakistan

The government of Pakistan reached a 20 point agenda with the Islamic scholars of the country regarding Taraweeh prayer in the mosque during Ramadan. Notwithstanding, the government of Sindh, persisted its ban and proposed 15 days strict lockdown.

The Cm Sindh asserted, “I am bothering you late night but have to make very difficult decisions.”

However, Pakistanis will offer Taraweeh but under the SOPs provided by the government of Pakistan.

Here’s the SOPs as exhibited by President, Arif Alvi Tweet.

People on social media reacted to the Taraweeh prayer offered in the Holy Makkah

At least…

Tears…

The Imam cried

The Dua brought tears

In this awful situation, at least offering of Taraweeh held though with only presidency officials and sterilization workers. The time is not far when again the two holy mosques of Madinah and Makkah will be filled again.

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