Celebrations In Two Holy Mosques On 1st Muharram 1444

Celebrations In Two Holy Mosques On 1st Muharram 1444

Celebrations In Two Holy Mosques On 1st Muharram 1444

 

1- Umrah will resume for locals

The Ministry of the Interior declared on Sunday that “the Umrah will be resumed progressively according to the COVID-19 situation.” According to reliable sources, Umrah will first be restarted for Saudi Arabian citizens, and even then, only in “restricted quantities.”

The source corroborated prior rumors that an application is being built that will allow

registration of the pilgrim’s preferred time and date for performing Umrah,

as well as a requirement for a negative COVID-19 PCR report.

If the prospective pilgrim meets all requirements,

an “Umrah permit” will be awarded. Celebrations In Two Holy Mosques 

Concerning the starting date of Umrah, the source reported that the Ministry of Hajj

and Umrah would release the complete methodology in the coming days.

2- First Umrah pilgrims arrived from outside the Kingdom in 1444.

3- Kiswah Substitution Ceremony 

The Kiswah of the Kaaba was replaced on Sunday night during the Annual Ceremony,

which the Deputy President oversaw for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques.

Last Sunday, the new Kiswah was presented to the Guardian and Key Keeper of the Kaaba, Sheikh Saleh Al Shaiba.

As per tradition, the New Kiswah was stretched around the Kaaba and lifted 3 meters overnight during the Ceremony.

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