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How did the Indian Shias succeed in adapting to the coronavirus to hold ceremonies of the great month of Ramadan?


Followers of the Ahlulbayt, peace be upon them, in India continue to flock to the mosques and Husseiniyat to perform prayers and ceremonies for the great month of Ramadan, while the majority succeeded in adapting to the health conditions by adhering to the preventive measures.
According to what was published by The Courier and followed by Shia Waves, “The adaptation to health conditions has succeeded in reducing Coronavirus infections, while adhering to preventive measures, including limiting the number of attendees and maintaining social distances, as well as wearing masks.”
The article adds that “many Shias have received the Coronavirus vaccines, yet they are keen to wear face masks, as they consider them to be very important.”
“The blessed month of Ramadan for the current year is different due to the spread of the pandemic, but the majority are satisfied with the way in which they were able to establish the rituals, and they thank the Almighty for their ability to perform them together,” mentioned the article.
The media asserts that “Muslim societies in India have shown dedication and commitment to fully practicing their faith despite the challenges posed by the Coronavirus.”

How did the Indian Shias succeed in adapting to the coronavirus to hold ceremonies of the great month of Ramadan?


Followers of the Ahlulbayt, peace be upon them, in India continue to flock to the mosques and Husseiniyat to perform prayers and ceremonies for the great month of Ramadan, while the majority succeeded in adapting to the health conditions by adhering to the preventive measures.
According to what was published by The Courier and followed by Shia Waves, “The adaptation to health conditions has succeeded in reducing Coronavirus infections, while adhering to preventive measures, including limiting the number of attendees and maintaining social distances, as well as wearing masks.”
The article adds that “many Shias have received the Coronavirus vaccines, yet they are keen to wear face masks, as they consider them to be very important.”
“The blessed month of Ramadan for the current year is different due to the spread of the pandemic, but the majority are satisfied with the way in which they were able to establish the rituals, and they thank the Almighty for their ability to perform them together,” mentioned the article.
The media asserts that “Muslim societies in India have shown dedication and commitment to fully practicing their faith despite the challenges posed by the Coronavirus.”

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