4200 men and women will observe fasting in Masjid Nabawi ﷺ

Next Tuesday, a large number of pilgrims are arriving at Masjid Nabawi (peace be upon him) in the last decade of Ramadan this year. Registration for I'tikaf at Masjid Nabawi (peace be upon him) was done through the electronic "Zaireen" application. According to the capacity, 4,200 men, women and fasting people will perform itikaaf in the Prophet's Mosque.

The agency of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Prophet's Mosque has registered 4,200 thousand men and women in I'tikaf. Food and drinks have been arranged for all the I'tikaf worshipers in Suhoor and Iftar. Medical facilities will be provided to the deceased. Apart from this, religious lessons will be given to them in several languages. The western roof of the Prophet's Mosque has been reserved for male pilgrims. Male pilgrims will use chapter number six and the entrance stairs and chapter number 10 for transportation. Chapters 24 and 25 have been reserved for female retreats in the north-eastern part of the Prophet's Mosque and for the entrance.


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