Saudi Arabia has announced that Al-Masjid Al-Haram (the Holy Mosque) and the Prophet’s Mosque are ready to receive millions of visitors during the upcoming month of Ramadan. The head of the general affairs of the Holy Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, has confirmed that all necessary preparations have been made for Umrah pilgrims, worshippers, and visitors of both mosques.
According to Al-Sudais, “All services have been prepared for the guests of the two holy mosques as part of the presidential preparations for the holy month of Ramadan.” He further explained that all services provided to visitors of the Holy Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque are fully ready, and that a specialized team is supervising all technical, service, engineering, awareness, and guidance services to ensure their proper implementation. This includes the operational condition of all stairs and elevators, the sound system in all its parts, and the use of the latest technologies.
The Saudi Arabian government is giving high priority to the Holy Mosques and their visitors, and all necessary measures have been taken to provide them with the best possible experience during the holy month of Ramadan.
This news is undoubtedly a source of relief and joy for millions of Muslims worldwide who were eagerly waiting to visit these holy places during Ramadan. The preparations made by Saudi Arabia ensure that visitors will have a safe and comfortable experience while performing their religious duties.
In conclusion, the readiness of Al-Masjid Al-Haram and the Prophet’s Mosque to receive millions of visitors during Ramadan is a testament to the Saudi Arabian government’s commitment to ensuring the smooth operation of these holy places. It also reflects the government’s efforts to provide the best possible services to visitors and facilitate their religious practices.