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No Loudspeakers, Iftar Inside Mosques: Saudi Arabia Imposes Restrictions on Ramadan Practices This Year

The government also requested worshipers not to bring children to mosques as this would disturb the worshipers and cause them to lose their reverence

There will be no loudspeakers, no itikaf without ID, no broadcast of prayers and no iftar inside mosques as Saudi Arabia announced a set of rules and restrictions on the practice of the holy month of Ramadan this year.

Minister of Islamic Affairs, Dawah and Guidance Sheikh Dr Abdullatif bin Abdulaziz Al-Alsheikh gave 10-point directions as Ramadan is approaching for the year 1444 AH.

The government also requested worshipers not to bring children to mosques as this would disturb the worshipers and cause them to lose their reverence.

Itikaf is the practice in Islam where people from the community seclude themselves during the final 10 days of Ramadan in a Masjid with the intention of solely dedicating their time to the worship of Allah.

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