“Great joy” .. scenes of the first Friday prayer in the Sultanate of Oman after stopping for 18 months due to Corona | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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Omanis performed Friday prayers in the mosques of the Sultanate for the first time after an 18-month hiatus due to the precautionary measures taken by the Sultanate of Oman to prevent the spread of the Corona virus.

Friday prayer in the Sultanate of Oman

Friday prayers were held in the mosques of the Sultanate of Oman as part of a set of requirements and measures to prevent the spread of the epidemic.

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The Omanis expressed their happiness at reopening mosques to perform Friday prayers in them, where the Omani writer Zakaria Al-Muharrami said: “Praise be to God, who responded to our gathering and our community, praise be to God who honored us with Islam and made us followers of the master of humankind, peace and blessings be upon him.”

Amid Al-Araimi said: “Praise be to God for His grace and countless blessings. Today, Friday prayers were held in the mosques of the Sultanate. A heart-warming and wonderful event is the adherence of worshipers to all means of safety and prevention for their safety and the safety of this dear country.”

Zaher Al-Seqily wrote: “It is not strange to me this joy that overflows with the faces of the worshipers, I used to see it in the Eid prayer hall every year, something like filling the cup and it overflows, thank you God, thank you fill these hearts full of your love and satisfaction.”

As for the singer Shehab, he said: “Praise be to God, who returned to us our Friday prayer, O God, the feeling of comfort after Friday prayer. May God accept from us and from you our good deeds and intentions, beloved.”

The reopening of places of worship in the Sultanate of Oman

The Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs in the Sultanate of Oman announced, on Sunday, that it had allowed the reopening of mosques to perform Friday prayers, after about a year and a half of preventing their performance, due to the repercussions of the emerging Corona virus.

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The Omani Endowments said that it had granted permission to open mosques for Friday prayer rituals, according to the established precautionary controls.

In the same context, the competent Corona Committee issued a number of other decisions, including reopening houses of worship, and allowing participation in religious, social, cultural and sports activities and events, exhibitions and conferences, for those who received at least one dose of the vaccine until the end of September 2021.

It also decided to stop the institutional quarantine for those coming to the Sultanate from Iraq and Iran, and to subject those coming from these two countries to the same controls in place for travelers arriving from all countries of the world.

Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman

The Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, Sheikh Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, praised the decision of the Omani Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, to reopen mosques to perform Friday prayers, after about a year and a half of preventing their performance, due to the repercussions of the emerging Corona virus.

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The Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Khalili, said in a statement posted on his official account on Twitter: “On this day of glad tidings, the return of the Friday ritual to the mosques had a profound impact on our souls, as the soul circulates in the body and it lives, and as peace descends in the heart, so it is reassured, and as the rain descends on the earth. The carrots grow green and sprout from every joyful pair.”

And the Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman continued: “Since that was after a break of more than a year and a half due to the pandemic that covered the whole earth by the command of God Almighty, and its decline was only by His grace and His grace, praise be to Him as it should be to His Majesty and His great authority.”

The Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, Sheikh Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, concluded his statement by saying: “We must all repent to Him and seek His forgiveness and replace our bad deeds with good deeds, and by keeping us away from Him, we are close to Him.

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