UAE Ramadan: Qiyam-ul-Lail prayers will resume in mosques


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Dubai – Guidelines have been introduced for Qiyam-ul-Lail prayers in UAE mosques.



by Sahim Saleem

Printed: Tue 27 April 2021, 9:42 pm

Final Replace: Wed 28 April 2021, 1:23 pm

Officers have introduced that mosques throughout the nation can provide particular late night time Ramadan prayers referred to as Qiyam-ul-Lail.

The Nationwide Emergency Disaster and Catastrophe Administration Authority (NCEMA) stated that strict COVID security protocols can be in place in mosques for prayers.

Namaz can be provided from 12 midday to 12.30 pm. The aged and folks with continual ailments have been requested to chorus from visiting mosques and provide prayers at dwelling.

Mosques can be closed as quickly because the prayers are achieved. Itikaf is not going to be allowed.

Over the past 10 days of the holy month of Ramadan, congregational prayers are provided after 12 pm in mosques.

It actually means ‘standing at night time’. Sometimes, it might probably final anyplace between one to 3 hours.

Mosques within the nation are already internet hosting particular night time prayers known as Taraweeh with strict COVID security measures.

sahim @khaleejtimes.com



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