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Al-Sudais for Umrah pilgrims and visitors to the Sacred House of God: Cooperate with the security men and feel the sanctity of the place

The head of religious affairs for the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, in a speech addressed to those visiting the Two Holy Mosques in the last ten days of Ramadan, stressed cooperation with the security authorities, adherence to instructions, not crowding, sensing the sanctity of the place, adhering to its etiquette, and taking advantage of the ten days, He advised everyone to devote themselves to worship, and not to be distracted by cell phones and photography.

 

 

 

The head of religious affairs congratulated the Muslims. On the occasion of the last ten days of the blessed month of Ramadan.

 

 

 

He said in a speech he delivered in the Grand Mosque On the occasion of the entry of the last ten days: We congratulate the Islamic nation, our rulers, and those who visit the Two Holy Mosques on the arrival of the last ten days of the blessed month of Ramadan, and we ask God Almighty to accept fasting and prayers, grant us freedom from Hell, and to grant us success in performing Laylat al-Qadr, asking God to make it a blessed ten days upon us. Islam and Muslims, and upon our rulers, and may it cover everyone with its blessings and grace.

 

 

He added: These days contain a great night, which is the Night of Destiny. God has praised it in His Noble Book, and that deeds in it are better than a thousand months, and that the angels and the spirit descend in it with goodness and blessings, so we must be careful to take advantage of these blessed nights, and strive to realize this great night; Which is better than a thousand months. What a great virtue and great reward, no one is deprived of it except the deprived.

 

 

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He continued, saying: He was one of the guidance of your Prophet – peace and blessings be upon him -; Reviving the Sunnah of Itikaf in these last ten days of Ramadan, so revive it. Sensing, along with the honor of time, the honor of the place in which we live – and praise be to God – in this safe sanctuary, the Sacred House of God; We must venerate it: {That is, and whoever venerates the rituals of God, it is from the piety of hearts}, and observe its etiquette, sanctity, security, and safety of those who go to it, follow the instructions of the security authorities, and the concerned authorities, and cooperate with them out of righteousness and piety.

 

 

 

 

His Eminence explained that God has bestowed upon us the honor of time with these blessed ten days, the virtue of which God has made clear, and our Prophet Muhammad explained their status. And its status. These last ten days of Ramadan have a great status and honorable status. We should all invest it in what brings us closer to God; Of good deeds, and being keen to fast, and regularly praying, and reciting the Qur’an, and spending generously and benevolently, and good morals, as our Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of God be upon him, was. It was reported by Muslim from the hadith of Aisha – may God be pleased with her – who said: “The Messenger of God, peace and blessings be upon him, used to strive hard.” In Ramadan, what does not strive for otherwise, and in the ten loudness of it, what is not shown in otherwise & quot;, our duty is to be the oppression, the grandfather and diligence, sincerely our deeds of God: {No, to God, and our deeds are in the Sunnah. > 

 

He gave advice to women attending the Grand Mosque; She must adhere to the prayer halls designated for women, observe etiquette, not crowd with men, take care of her children, practice the etiquette of the sanctuary, and not disturb the worshipers, those in prayer, and those kneeling and prostrating, so that their humility is lost on such blessed nights. His Excellency raised his name and the name of imams, muezzins, scholars, teachers, and visitors of the Two Holy Mosques; Congratulations to the wise leadership – may God protect them – on the arrival of the last ten days of the blessed month of Ramadan, and abundant prayers for them. For their great care and utmost care for the Two Holy Mosques, and for their service to those who visit them, may God place them in the scales of their good deeds.

 

 

 

The Head of Religious Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque announced that the time for the Tahajjud prayer will be at exactly 12:30, taking into account the crowding in the Two Holy Mosques, and out of a desire to make things easier for those who come.  

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