Two non-muslim women enter the Prophet’s Mosque in Medinah wearing indecent clothing.
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The video is being circulated all over the internet as the administration receives criticism for not stopping them at the gate of the Mosque.
Here is the video;
Non-Muslims Can’t Enter Masjid An-Nabwi
Muslims revere Medina’s Masjid an-Nabawi, associated with Islam’s last prophet, Muhammad. Non-Muslims can visit the Mosque, but only Muslims can enter the inner sanctum. Islamic customs and traditions require this restriction to preserve the Mosque’s sanctity as a Muslim place of worship.
“The mosque is a place of worship for those who perform salah (prayer), so do not make it a place of wrongdoing.”Bukhari and Muslim
Non-Muslims cannot enter the Prophet’s Mosque. Medina has many other historical and religious sites open to all visitors, providing a rich and diverse experience for those interested in the region’s history and culture.
The Agency for the Affairs of the Masjid an-Nabawi in Madinah said that two non-Muslim women accidentally entered the courtyards of the Mosque wearing inappropriate clothing.
The agency responded to social media posts about the incident on Tuesday, Feb. 7. After explaining the Prophet’s Mosque’s sanctity and lofty message, the women were convinced. “They disclosed their understanding of the presidency staff’s instructions and expressed their thanks and appreciation for the good treatment,” the agency said.
The agency also stressed the need to improve awareness and guidelines, focusing on the sanctity and specialty of the holy place to avoid future incidents.