In Slovenia, mosques open tomorrow, in Croatia, mosques and “teravah-prayer” from 8 May

Religious rituals in mosques and masjids in Slovenia will resume on Monday, May 4, according to the Islamic Community’s Mashihat.

The Islamic Community in Slovenia recalls that on 13 March it ceased performing the common prayer and other religious activities at the Muslim Cultural Center Ljubljana and other religious sites throughout Slovenia owned by the Islamic Community in the Republic of Slovenia, and that since then the prayers have been performed only by imams without the presence of believers.

The Islamic Community Meshihat yesterday considered the possibility of re-performing religious ceremonies at the MCC Ljubljana and in other masjids in Slovenia and, on the basis of valid arguments of President Mesihat and his members, adopted a decision authorizing the (re) gradual performance of religious ceremonies in all objects owned by the Islamic Community. e, as of Monday, May 4, 2020, subject to certain rules.

In Croatia, juma-spread and “teravah – prayer” under special measures

Mosques and masjids in Croatia will be partially open from Friday to April 8th to perform jams and terra-spreads.

As stated on the website of the Islamic Community in Croatia, the National Civil Protection Headquarters has decided to mitigate measures regarding restriction of gathering and the epidemiological service of the Croatian Institute for Public Health has issued recommendations on organizing gatherings in mosques and masjids, Rijaset said. Islamic communities in BiH.

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