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Employees' working hours announced during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia

During Ramadan, government employees will work five hours a day, while private sector employees will work six hours a day


Employees' working hours announced during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh The first day of Ramadan is expected tomorrow, Friday, in many Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia. This time, due to the corona virus, prayers in mosques will be banned during Ramadan, while the bazaars will remain open during the day. The Saudi Ministry of Manpower has announced duty hours for public and private sector employees during Ramadan.
According to a circular issued by the ministry, duty hours in all ministries, government departments and agencies will be 5 hours during Ramadan. Government employees will be on duty from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., while private sector employees will be on duty for six hours.

Each organization will have the facility to set the start and end time of the employees' duty on their own.

If a private company charges its employees more than six hours of duty without paying extra, a complaint can be lodged with the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare. It is to be noted that the United Arab Emirates Federal Government Workforce has announced that all public offices and departments will have five hours work during Ramadan.
The circular issued on Sunday states that the hours will be from 9am to 2pm in all ministries and federal departments. The government has not yet announced the timing for the private sector, which will be done today or tomorrow. It should be noted that most government employees in the state have been allowed to work from homes because of the Corona virus epidemic, while some federal employees have been sent on leave with pay so they are less likely to spread the fatal virus. Could be...




The Kuwaiti journalist raised his voice to expel the Indians from the Arab countries




The atrocities of RSS on Muslims are unbearable, Indian doctors, professors and others living among us in Arabia are spreading hatred through social media. Leading Kuwaiti journalist

The Kuwaiti journalist raised his voice to expel the Indians from the Arab countries

The atrocities and insults against the Muslims of Kuwait City RSS are unbearable. Indian doctors, professors and other people living among us in Arabia are also spreading hatred through social media. According to details, well-known Kuwaiti journalist Muhammad Ahmed Al-Mulla has raised his voice against the oppression of Muslims in India.
Muhammad Ahmad Al-Mulla says that every Muslim in the world is our brother, he has a right over us. Referring to the hadith, Ahmad al-Mulla said that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “A Muslim is a brother of a Muslim.” In a wire video message on social media, he said that the oppression and humiliation of Muslims by the RSS in India was intolerable.

Kuwaiti journalist Muhammad Ahmad al-Mulla highlighted the recent wave of atrocities against Indian Muslims, saying that the atrocities began with the lie that the corona virus was spread in India through Muslims. He said that this humiliation was not limited to a few Indian Muslims but Indian MPs had also abused all Arab mothers.
The journalist said that this shows that it is not a case of corona virus but racist racism. Muhammad Ahmad al-Mulla said that as far as I have seen, those who do so are not only within India but also among us here in Arabia. He said that Indian doctors, professors and other people living in Arab countries were also spreading this hatred through social media.


Addressing the Muslim Ummah, the Kuwaiti journalist said, "We must fight this hatred with all our might and expel those who are attacking us from our own land." At the end of his message, the journalist said that all Muslim countries should support Indian Muslims. For a believer, a believer is like a brick in a building that strengthens each other.



Isha Adhan should not be delayed in Saudi Arabia: Saudi Minister of Religious Affairs

In the past, it was customary to give the Isha adhan a little late to allow people to rest for a while after breaking the fast.



The Minister of Islamic Affairs of Saudi Arabia, Dr. Sheikh Abdul Latif bin Abdulaziz Al-Sheikh, has instructed to give the adhan of Isha on time during Ramadan. According to Al-Arabiya News, more It has been said that the adhan of Isha should not be delayed in all the mosques of the country as usual, which was the custom to do in the month of Ramadan. Has been stopped - only five azans are given in mosques, with each azan the muezzin prays in the prayer houses If we add the words.
In the past, after breaking the fast in Ramadan every year in Saudi Arabia, the adhan of Isha was delayed for a while for the convenience of the people, and they rested shortly after breaking the fast and arrived at the mosques on time for prayers. To be able to

According to tradition, in some mosques the interval between the call to prayer and the congregation was extended, while in some mosques only the call to prayer was delayed.

In view of the current situation in Karuna, when all mosques have a temporary ban on congregational prayers, the Minister of Islamic Affairs has stopped the process of delaying the call to prayer so that people can offer prayers at home on time. It should be noted that due to the outbreak of Corona virus, it will be forbidden for ordinary worshipers to perform Taraweeh in Masjid-ul-Haram and Masjid-e-Nabawi during Ramadan.
Only the administration and servants will participate in the Taraweeh prayers in the two holy shrines. This has been announced by Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, Chief of the administration of Masjid-ul-Haram and Masjid-e-Nabawi. Sheikh Abdul Rahman has said in a statement that Taraweeh in Masjid Al Haram and Masjid Nabavi will consist of 10 rak'ats. The ban on worshipers in both mosques will remain in place.

Only the administrators and servants of the two major mosques will participate in the Taraweeh prayers. Taraweeh will be taught by two Imams. The first Imam will recite six rak'ats and the second Imam will recite four rak'ats and witr. There will also be Tahajjud prayers while the Qur'an will be recited on the 29th night. Imam of Kaaba Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais further said that in the last ten days of Ramadan, I'tikaf will be banned and Ramadan rations will be distributed among deserving people and families instead of breaking the fast.

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