Mecca’s deputy chief inspects readiness of grand mosque to receive Ramadan worshipers
Prince Badr bin Sultan, the Deputy Emir of Makkah, Thursday inspects the progress of the plans and construction being carried out at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, and the preparation of the Holy Mosque to receive Umrah pilgrims and worshipers during the holy month of Ramadan. Did. peak of Umrah. Prince Badr started a tour of the Grand Mosque from Ismail his gate. There he heard a briefing about the work done on the gates, including his three 10-metre-wide entrances on the south front of Mataf. around the Holy Kaaba). He then climbed onto Mataf’s roof to get ready for the post-maintenance work. The roof can accommodate over 12,500 worshipers at one time. The roof, with its permanent floor of heat-resistant Thassos marble, will be opened for the first time this Ramadan.
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