Eid-ul-Fitr in the Gulf countries tomorrow; The decision in Oman today

Eid-ul-Fitr in the Gulf countries tomorrow; The decision in Oman today
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Abu Dhabi: Eid al-Fitr in the Gulf countries tomorrow. As the new moon did not appear in the GCC countries yesterday, today marks the 30th anniversary of Ramadan and tomorrow will be Eid al-Fitr. But in Oman, where fasting is delayed by one day, the decision will be based on the sighting of the new moon tonight.

Eid prayer time announced in UAE

Abu Dhabi 6.03 am, Dubai 5.59, Sharjah 5.58, Al Ain 5.57, Fujairah 5.58, Umm Al Quwain 5.57, Ras Al Khaimah 5.56.

Concessions, Warning

The Abu Dhabi Disaster Management Committee has approved 100% participation in the Eid celebrations. Restrictions on commercial activities and tourist attractions were also lifted. But he also made it clear that he would wear a mask in closed rooms to ensure his own safety.

At the same time, the National Disaster Management Committee said that Eid prayers and Qutb (sermons) in the UAE should not exceed 20 minutes. There will be police and volunteers to control the crowds at places of worship and Eid halls.

The gates of the church should be opened during the morning prayers. An hour and a half before the Eid prayers, the takbeer can be heard through a loudspeaker. Crowding should be avoided. Those praying outside the mosque should also keep a distance of one meter. It was also suggested that a sticker showing a distance of one meter should be affixed in the vicinity of the mosque where people are likely to pray.

Eid ul Fitr in the Gulf countries tomorrow The decision in Oman today Eid-ul-Fitr in the Gulf countries tomorrow; The decision in Oman today

People over the age of 60 and under the age of 12 should stay away from the celebration

Abu Dhabi UAE urges people over 60 and those under the age of 12 to stay away from Eid prayers and celebrations. Officials were explaining the revised Kovid norms in relation to Eid al-Fitr. Participants in prayer should wear masks and keep a distance. As a precautionary measure, those in contact with Kovid patients should not attend church prayers.

Other suggestions

Come to Masjid after cleansing from home.

Hands should be cleansed before and after prayers.

Wear a mask and keep a distance of one meter

Bring prayer mat (musalla)

No handshakes or hugs

Family members and close relatives are sufficient for Eid celebrations and large crowds can be avoided

Do not cash in on the gift, it can be a digital transfer

Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during pregnancy and in patients with severe and contagious diseases.

Wear a mask and keep a distance of 1 meter when dealing with critically ill elderly people.

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