Every year the month of Ramadan comes and takes us down the memory lane: Reenergized mosques; ‘mahyas’ (stringing lights between minarets) decorating them with their devotional messages; and sound of
MAKKAH: Reserving places at the Grand Mosque by members of the public is not allowed in Islam, a senior Saudi scholar said on Wednesday.
JEDDAH: Al-Shafi'i Mosque stands from ancient times to tell old stories about Islam. Parts of the mosque are dated to the time of Caliph Omar bin
RIYADH: Several young Saudis are collecting and repackaging tons of leftover food from iftar and suhoor tables this month for needy people throughout the country.
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MAKKAH: Being at the front of the House of God and the peace and tranquility in the Grand Mosque are feelings that cannot be described, said Egyptian pilgrim Abdul Rahman Mustafa.
Ramadan, as explained in the Qur’an, is the most important month of all and is therefore incredibly important in Islam.
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MADINAH: Moroccan pilgrim Bilal Radwan appeared exuberant on Mount Al-Rumat at the Uhud battle site in Madinah. “I feel happy while I’m in this holy month of Ramadan in this place.
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