Ban on holding Iftar parties in mosques..!?

Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. In this case, it is forbidden to hold Iftar in mosques given the upcoming Ramadan festival in Saudi Arabia. saudi arabia has Banned Iftar Meals within Mosques. Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is one of the holiest months in Islam. Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Self-restraint and helping the poor are practiced to emphasize these qualities. In India, Ramadan 2024 is expected to begin on march 11 following the sighting of the moon in Mecca. The month-long fasting period will end on april 9, 2024. In this case, it is forbidden to hold Iftar in mosques given the upcoming Ramadan festival in Saudi Arabia. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn to sunset. Then every evening they break the fast with Iftar meals. Often shared with family and friends. In this case, in saudi arabia, it is forbidden to hold Iftar parties in mosques during the month of Ramadan. The country has expressed concern that drinking inside mosque premises after meals to break the day's fast makes it difficult to maintain cleanliness.
In a notification issued by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs on february 20, 2024, the Saudi Arabian government insisted that "iftar parties should not be held out of consideration for the purity of mosques." Additionally, it required imams and muezzins to arrange for iftar to be held in a "suitable place" in the courtyards of mosques and prohibited the establishment of temporary rooms or tents for iftar feasts. "The Iftar feast or the breaking of the fast should be under the responsibility of the Imam and the Muzeen. The place should be cleaned immediately after the meal," the order added.The ministry has also advised mosque authorities to refrain from soliciting financial donations for Iftar fasts. The order regarding Udu states that "Imams and muezzins in different parts of the state should not collect financial donations for Iftar parties held to break the fast." Cameras and photography are prohibited inside the mosque premises. Also, the broadcast of prayers on any media platform including online is not allowed

మరింత సమాచారం తెలుసుకోండి: