Quba Mosque overflows with faithful during Ramadan
During the holy month of Ramadan, visitors flock to religious monuments and major historical mosques in Madinah, amidst integrated organizational services provided by security, guidance, and health authorities, so the visitors can enjoy comfort and reassurance.
The cameras of the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Monday, captured scenes of Iftar banquets in the Quba Mosque, and its courtyard, where visitors and pilgrims from several countries flocked to the mosque as part of their visit program to Madinah.
The faithful prayed at the historical mosque, which was constructed on the first day of the Prophet's Hijra (migration) to Madinah.
All doors of the Quba Mosque, which can accommodate 13,000 worshipers, are opened to receive worshipers in the men’s and women’s sections, and are treated with Ramadan meals.
Parents and volunteers participate, in addition to field guidance, awareness, monitoring and health services. Hygiene services inside the mosque and in the squares are ensured under the supervision of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance with the participation of the Municipality of Madinah.
All measures that preserve the cleanliness and sanctity of the place are taken, including preventing the entry of hot foods. The security authorities are also supervising and organizing the flow of pedestrians and traffic in the streets surrounding the Quba Mosque.