A step-by-step guide for special prayers in the congregation.
Muslims all over the UAE are happy because they will Perform Eid al-Fitr prayers In this year’s party.Prayer is offered in The first day of Eid al-Adha, this year is July 20.
This is the second Eid al-Fitr, mosques and open spaces called musallahs can hold special prayers after sunrise.
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During the two Eid al-Fitr festivals last year, as a Covid-19 safety measure, believers were asked to pray at home.
Covid safety rules
The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Agency (NCEMA) has designated Covid safety rules that believers must strictly follow.
>> The maximum time limit for evangelism after prayer is 15 minutes.
>> The doors of Muslims and mosques will be opened 15 minutes before prayers begin.
>> Worshipers need to bring their own prayer mats. Social distance stickers will be posted.
>> Individuals who are Covid positive and close contacts are strictly prohibited from participating in prayer.
>> It is recommended for people under 12 and over 60 to pray at home.
>> Do not enter service facilities such as toilets, bathing areas, and drinking fountains.
>> The traditional practice of shaking hands and hugging after prayer is prohibited.
>> Worshipers are not allowed to gather in places of worship before or after worship.
How to offer prayer
Pray in the congregation on the first day of Eid al-Adha (July 20). This is how it is provided:
>> Before starting to pray, Muslims will perform Ghusl (bath) and put on their best clothes.
>> On the way to the place of worship, Muslims sang Takbeer (religious hymns in praise of Allah). >> The Eid al-Fitr prayer consists of two rak’ahs.
>> Seven Takabeers (say Allah Akbar) were executed in the first Rak’ah and six were executed in the second.
>> After the Takbeers, the imam (prayer leader) read the first chapter of the Quran, Surah Al Fatiha, and all or part of the other Quran.
>> Sermon after prayer.