The success of the plan to invite women to the Grand Mosque to perform the Tawaf al-Ifadah

The Agency for Women’s Development Affairs and the auxiliary women’s agencies at the Grand Mosque announced the success of the plan to encourage women to perform the Tawaf al-Ifadah, in a spiritual atmosphere full of security and faith, with the application of precautionary measures and physical distancing, and amid an integrated system of services set up by the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques – its support. God-.

The Under-Secretary-General for Women’s Development Affairs, Dr. Al-Anoud bint Khalid Al-Aboud, stated that for the first time, the delegation of women who intend to perform the Tawaf al-Ifada in the Sacred House of God took place with more than (590) female cadres from the Agency for Women’s Development Affairs, the Assistant Agency for Administrative and Service Affairs, and the Assistant Agency for Women’s Affairs. Guiding and scientific.

She pointed out that the grouping of women with special needs went very smoothly to facilitate their entry and exit to and from the Grand Mosque and its surrounding facilities.

On the other hand, the female pilgrims praised the efforts of women, which had a great impact on their performance of rituals, duties and customs, especially the provision of guidance, counseling and great service provided inside the Grand Mosque and its facilities around the clock.

This comes under the guidance of the General President for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, Sheikh Dr. Abdulrahman bin Abdulaziz Al-Sudais, and his keenness to provide the finest services in accordance with the aspirations of the wise leadership and the vision of the Kingdom (2030).

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