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Video: Sharjah Ruler opens new mosque, offers prayer

Sharjah - The two-floor mosque sprawls over 665 square metres and has a 30-metre minaret.



Photos: Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah/Twitter
Photos: Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah/Twitter
Photos: Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah/Twitter
Photos: Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah/Twitter
Screengrab from video: Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah/Twitter
Screengrab from video: Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah/Twitter

By Web Report

Published: Mon 29 Mar 2021, 4:26 PM

Last updated: Mon 29 Mar 2021, 4:32 PM

His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, inaugurated the Al Bararah Mosque in Sharjah’s Al Mahatta on Monday morning.

The two-floor mosque is built over an area of 665 square metres and features a dome with a diameter of 7.5 metres and a 30-metre minaret.

The mosque has ablution and washroom facilities and can accommodate up to 470 worshippers in its prayer hall, 70 spaces of which are for women. It also has three entrances, one of which is for women and another private entrance for the imam.

A video posted by the Department Of Islamic Affairs - Sharjah shows Sheikh Sultan offering socially distanced prayers at the new mosque.


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