In Dubai, the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Affairs (IACAD) said that the prayers of Isha and Taraweeh would be offered in mosques. But Namazis have to follow the precautionary guidelines.
From next week, the Pak month of Ramadan is going to start all over the world. In such a situation, there is a danger of corona outbreak due to increasing crowd of Namazis in mosques. In view of this, the government in Dubai (Dubai) has formulated new rules for offering Namaz in mosques during the month of Ramadan. Under these rules, Isha’s namaz will be read only after five minutes of azaan. At the same time, the mosques will be closed soon after the completion of the prayers of Taraweeh. The Dubai government has appealed to the people to follow these rules in this Pak month.
In Dubai, the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Affairs (IACAD) said that the prayers of Isha and Taraweeh would be offered in mosques. But Namazis have to follow precautionary guidelines, which include wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. The maximum duration of both prayers in the mosques is kept at 30 minutes. According to the rules, people coming to offer prayers in mosques will have to bring their mat. Namazis will have to avoid shaking hands with each other.
What are the rules for prayers in mosques, learn here…
- The mosque will remain open from the time of Ajan till the end of Namaz.
- The maximum duration of Isha and Taraweeh prayers in mosques is 30 minutes.
- Isha’s prayers will be five minutes after Azaan.
- The doors of the mosque will be opened after the azaan and they will remain open till the Namaz is completed.
- Namaz will be allowed to be read along with the Jamaat. It is not forbidden to offer Namaz or to offer Namaz alone.
- The mosques will be closed soon after the namaz.
- Distribution of food or any other items such as face masks at the entrance of the mosque is strictly prohibited.
- People who are already ill, avoid coming to the mosques.
Mosques will be sanitized
IACAD Director General Dr. Hamad Al-Sheikh Al Shaibani said that sanitization will be done in mosques every day in the month of Ramadan, so that people can be protected from infection as much as possible. He said that lectures and seminars in mosques would be postponed. However, Namazis will have the option to participate in online lectures. In mosques, people are expected to read the Quran with smart devices.
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