24-hour mosques during Ramadan
2008-08-20 - Saudi Gazette - The Ministry of Islamic Affairs is ready with new plans for the holy month of Ramadan. Many mosques will be open 24 hours for people to worship at their convenience. "Spending long hours worshipping Allah is a priority during the holy month especially for those who want to perform I'tekaf (retreating into the mosque for worhship)," said Tawfik Al-Sedairi, undersecretary at the Ministry.  

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