Saudi Arabia reopens one of Islam’s holiest sites
Two months after the coronal closure of Prophet Muhammad’s mosque in Medina, it partially reopens.
From Sunday, Muslims will once again be able to visit the Prophet Muhammad Mosque in Medina, one of the two holiest cities in Islam.
Or it will be possible to visit part of the mosque.
Authorities say that about 40 percent of the mosque’s area can be prayed for.
The restriction is due to restrictions being maintained to stop the coronavirus infection.
It was also the infection that caused the mosque to be closed in March.
Then the Grand Mosque in Mecca was also closed.
All mosques closed in March reopened on Sunday, with the exception of the mosques in Mecca.
The Prophet Muhammad was born in Mecca, which is why this city is considered the holiest in Islam.
He preached and lived in Medina, which is therefore the second holiest city. Mecca and Medina
Muslims around the world are turning to Mecca for prayer. Mecca and Medina
The religion also says that once a believer, a Muslim should go on a pilgrimage to Mecca, but since late February, Saudi Arabia authorities have suspended pilgrimage to the city because of the coronavirus.
The Gulf-rich oil country has yet to announce plans for the upcoming pilgrimage season.
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