News 24 | Islamic Affairs sets 12 mosques in Riyadh...

The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance has allocated 12 mosques distributed over the neighborhoods of the city of Riyadh, in which funerals can be prayed after preparing them according to the preventive measures from “Corona”.

The ministry said that the mosques are: Al-Rajhi Mosque in the Eastern Ring Road, Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab Mosque in Al-Salam District, Prince Abdullah bin Muhammad Mosque in Ateeqa District, Imam Turki bin Abdullah Mosque in Al-Dirah District, Al-Bawardi Mosque in Al-Aziziyah District, and Prince Fahd bin Muhammad Mosque in Al-Ha’ir Road.

She added that the mosques also include the mosque of the mother of Prince Majid bin Abdulaziz on Al-Hayer Road, Umm Ibrahim Mosque in the Mansoura district, King Khalid Mosque in Umm Al-Hamam district, Al-Babtain Mosque in Al-Yasmeen district, Al-Muhaini Mosque in Al-Arid district, and the mosque of the mother of Prince Bandar bin Abdulaziz in Al-Nada district.

She explained that the identification of these mosques comes within the framework of its keenness to reduce the crowding inside the mosques where funerals are prayed, taking into account their geographical distribution in the neighborhoods of the capital.

And she stressed the need to fully comply with all the instructions that it decided, according to what was received from the Public Health Authority regarding preventive measures for funerals and prayers for them, in light of the continuing Corona pandemic.

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