Mosques Can Reopen for Asr Prayers

Bahrain’s Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Ministry has announced mosques in the Kingdom can reopen for Asr prayers. They will be able to reopen from today (6 December 2020). It follows a Decision from the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs on gradually resuming collective prayers. However, all anti-Coronavirus measures have to be complied with. It means mosques in the country will now be open for Fajr, Dhuhr and Asr prayers. Fajr prayers were allowed to resume on 28 August and Dhuhr prayers on 1 November. Physically-able Muslims have to perform five prayers a day in mosques. These are Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghreb and Isha prayers. Full story

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