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2008-09-22 Madinah Tahajjud (night two)
Night two of Tahajjud from Madinah, from Saudi 2, led by Shaykhs Ali al-Hudayfy and Abd al-Muhsin al-Qasim....
2008-09-21 Commission barred from checking family sections
JEDDAH – The agents of the Commission for Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice have been barred from entering the family sections of restaurants and hotels withou...
2008-09-21 Work for the cause of Islam, Prince Naif urges scholars
MADINAH: Interior Minister Prince Naif attributed the backwardness, moral decay and extremism among Muslims to their nonadherence to true Islamic principles. ...
2008-09-21 Tahajjud from Makkah
First night of Tahajjud from Makkah, led by Shaykhs al-Shuraym and al-Sudays, from Saudi TV....
2008-09-21 Madina Tahajjud
Tahajjud from Madinah (first night) led by Shayks al-Hudayfy and Al al-Shaykh....
2008-09-20 Sudais, Kalbani, and Muaqali to lead late night prayers
The Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has entrusted leading Qiyam-ul Lail (late night) prayers, beginning Saturday morning, to Sheikhs Abdul Rahman Al-Su...
2008-09-20 SR 70 billion spend on expansion of Two Holy Mosques
In realization of the importance of the Two Holy Mosques, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has spent more than SR 70 billion to implement expansion projects at the Two Holy M...
2008-09-19 Juma prayers performed in comfort and ease
Makkah, Sept 19, SPA -- Under the direct supervision of the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz and follow-up of Prince Khalid al-Faisal, the Go...
2008-09-15 Courtyard expansion makes room for over 700,000
MAKKAH: More than 700,000 worshippers will be able to pray at the same time when the 12,000 additional sq. meters of courtyard around the Grand Mosque is completed, bring...
2008-09-14 Cleric issues fatwa against TV networks
Saudi Arabia's top judiciary official has issued a religious decree saying it is permissible to kill the owners of satellite TV networks that broadcast immoral content, ...