Bahrain to re-open mosques after covid-19

 

Mosques will re-open across Bahrain for the fajr (dawn), dhuhr (noon) and asr (afternoon) prayers starting Thursday, local media reported.

The decision was taken based on recommendations of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and the National Medical taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVD-19) and following consultations with the Sunni and Jaafari endowments, the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments said.

The service focused on the significance of holding fast to all careful steps to guarantee the wellbeing of all and added that choices would be dependent upon intermittent survey dependent on advancements. 


Congregational and Friday petitions were suspended in Bahrain on March 28 after mosques were closed to relieve the spread of the Covid. Fajr petitions were permitted back in mosques on August 28, Dhuhr on November 1 and Asr on December 6. 


In any case, supplications and strict occasions at mosques were suspended on February 11 to secure the old considering spiking diseases. Actually capable Muslims are needed to perform five supplications day by day in mosques – fajr, dhuhr, asr, maghreb (dusk) and isha (evening).

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