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Muslims met at iftar tables in Kaaba-i Sharif and Masjid an-Nabawi


In Saudi Arabia, crowded iftar tables had been re-established in the Masjid-i-Nabawi in Medina, the place the Prophet’s tomb is positioned, and in the Kaaba-i-Sharif in Mecca.

After the elimination of the Kovid-19 measures, those that got here to the mosques to carry out the responsibility of Umrah or pray, had the happiness of opening iftar collectively at the iftar tables.

Those that got here to interrupt their quick for iftar additionally carried out the tarawih prayer.

RESTRICTIONS REMOVED ON MARCH 6

Saudi Arabia introduced on March 6 that the Kovid-19 restrictions, apart from the duty to put on masks in closed areas, had been lifted.

In its assertion on March 22, the Riyadh administration said that after two years of restrictions throughout the scope of the combat towards Kovid-19, itikaf worship could be held in the final 10 days of Ramadan this yr in the Kaaba-i Sharif and Masjid an-Nabawi and that collective iftar invites could be reorganized.

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