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Masjid Al Haram and Masjid An Nabawi will soon be opened for believers

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Two Holy mosques, Masjid al-Haram and Masjid an Nabawi are all set to be opened for believers very soon after long lockdown.

It was announced by Haramain Harifain on Facebook as well as on twitter that Masjid al Haram and Masjid an Nabawi will be soon open for worship.

The new ray of hope comes after Ministry of Haj and Umrah of Saudi Arabia has announced that they will be opening the two holy mosques after completing sterlization process and after making sure that everyone is being tested before entering the mosque.

Saudi Arabia had closed both Masjid al Haram and Masjid an Nabawi after the coronavirus pandemic outbreak in the region, banning all Umrahs, Prayers, Iftar, Itekaf and all the things that are linked to the social gatherings.

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The Saudi health officials are taking an active part in the sterilization of mosques, but the Eid and Taraweeh prayers might still get banned because, during these two times, the mosques receive the great number of footfall.

Muslims all around the world are delighted to receive the news that the holy mosques will be opened for believers very soon.

Let us know what you think about this in the comments section below.


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Mohammed Iqbal

In Sha Allah we can keep good hope to open soon.

ABDUL WAHED MOHAMMED

Mashallah, Alhumduillah….. it’s feels great pleasure and pride after listening and read about, that Saudi government official announce that soon they will reopened the two holy masjid for us/ Muslims. (means belivers.
I am very glad and waiting for my turn to visit in Makkah and Medina cities, onces again after serval months of locked down……
I thought, according to me …. every Muslim person’s prayer is accepted my Almighty Allah and the situation is getting better and better day by day.
Thanks with full of excitement.

Syed Ahmed

Why, have you finished other noble causes ?

Syed Ahmed

A Sahabi raza. kept asking when is Qyamat & beloved prophet swa asked r u prepared for that. There are priorities.

yusuf damale kaita

Masha Allah Allah

Taofeeq

Ma Sha Allah. That will be great. Still hoping and praying for the best as regards Hajj 2020

Rezwan mahmud

Alhamdulillah.

Annanias Asani

Alhamdulillah…In sha Allah there will never come a reason to close our Holy Masjids again in this lifetime

Gouse Sahib Mulimani

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Insha’Allah all corona virus will stop vanish by the Almighty Allah SWT, we will beg for his mercy and we all will have blessings, he is the one to forgive our sins and he’s the one to cure from deceases,, If both Holy places open doors and allow all believing men and women come their and do ibadath, zikr and du’a’, our tear drops are just about to drop, we are eagerly waiting for all masjids to open for prayers.. Our imaan haven’t dried or disappeared, InshaAllah we will beg infront our Lord from both holy… Read more »

yusuf damale kaita

Masha Allah

Tabrez Khan

Is hajj 2020 will be happen this year or not??

Muhammad Shamim Peerally

Think twice before foreigners from all over the world come back to both haram..Alhadolillah l am really delighted to learn this because at least once in a year l perform Umrah.BUT tie your camel and think well before you take this decision.

….Dont open both haram for foreigners then in one month time The Ministry Of Haj decides to close it again because of new Covid cases.lf l am wrong l present my excuse.

ABDUL WAHED MOHAMMED

How can you say that, this is viral infection ,nothing else. Every body is under the fear of covid-19.
And by a Muslim point of view these two holy places is every thing for every one…. they spend lots of money and suffer by long hours journey / travelling from their place to reach here. Only in the love and passion of believe and faith.
There is no fault of any one

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