Dubai: In addition to Umrah pilgrims, the Saudi government has allowed non-Muslims to enter Mecca's largest mosque (Grand Mosque). People living in Saudi Arabia will now be able to visit Tawaf (Tawaf) in Mecca's Grand Mosque, thanks to a government order.
The creation of a tawaf facility for individuals who do not understand has been announced by Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, easing the prohibition imposed during the corona pandemic. Tawaf on the first level of Mecca's Big Mosque (Grand Mosque) has been permitted admission, according to General Presidency spokesman Honey Haider. Tawaf (Tawaf) reservations can be made via the Eatmarna and Tawakkalna applications.
Tawakkalna and Eatmarna applications will be used to issue the permits. Devotees will then be allowed do Tawaf from the Grand Mosque's first level. It runs from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., then from 9 p.m. to 11:59 p.m., and finally from 12 p.m. to 3 a.m. Tell us that tawaf refers to the act of circumambulating the Kaaba (Tawaf). In the interim, all relevant measures must be followed to avoid corona viruses. The public's access to the Grand Mosque of the Corona Epidemic was formerly restricted.