TARAWEEH PRAYERS TO RESUME
Taraweeh prayers are the special prayers that are offered during the holy month of Ramadan. After every evening’s last regular prayer during the holy month of Ramadan, special prayers known as Taraweeh are offered (Isha).
Taraweeh is a form of Islamic meditation derived from the Arabic word Taraweeh, which means “to rest and relax.”
These particular prayers include reading lengthy passages from the Qur’an as well as many Rakahs (cycles of movement involved in Islamic prayer).
Taraweeh can now be held in mosques throughout the world, according to a statement released on Tuesday.
Mosques will be subject to stringent Covid protection guidelines, according to the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA).
The prayers’ total length (Taraweeh and Isha before it) has been limited to 30 minutes. Following the prayer, mosques would be closed.
The prayer halls for women will remain closed and religious lectures at mosques will be stopped.
Religious courses have been halted. The Religious classes and gatherings in mosques will be canceled, with interactive interaction available.
Qiyam-ul-Layl is a term used to describe a form of prayer.
The authorities will inform the public about special prayers offered after midnight during the last ten days of Ramadan. It would be accomplished after assessing the condition of the pandemic in the region.
Mosques were suspended for the first time in March of last year as a precaution against the spread of Covid-19. In July, they reopened for the five regular prayers, but Friday prayers were still on hold.