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Kuwait mosques resume their activity as they were before Covid

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs announced that mosques will witness the return of their normal activities in the coming month of Ramadan, as they were practiced before the pandemic.
This came during a coordination meeting chaired by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs, Farid Emadi, with the ministry’s assistant undersecretaries to determine its preparations for the holy month of Ramadan.
Emadi said, “The ministry has drawn up its plan to receive the month of Ramadan, after the Council of Ministers announced the return of alignment of classes in mosques and allowing lessons and lectures to be held, with the aim of creating the appropriate atmosphere to receive the audience of worshipers.”
Emadi indicated that the assistant undersecretaries in the ministry put all the capabilities of their competent departments to equip all mosques and Ramadan centers, which the ministry used to organize during the years preceding the pandemic.
Emadi concluded by stressing the keenness of the Ministry of Endowments to implement all health requirements approved by the health authorities in the country.

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