Eid al-Fitr prayers were held on Sunday exclusively in the presence of 40 worshippers including imams, muezzins and staff of the Imam Muhammad bin Abdul Wahab Mosque, as per the Hanbali doctrine. The prayers were broadcast on TV and radio channels.
The Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs (Awqaf) had announced earlier that the decision on closing mosques and suspending congressional prayers as part of precautionary and preventive measures against the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) would also apply to Eid al-Fitr prayers.
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