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Iftar is banned in mosques in Saudi Arabia

Religious reporters Dawn TV London

Riyadh: In Saudi Arabia, a ban was imposed on breaking the fast in mosques.
In the instructions issued by the Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs and Communication for the imams of mosques, breaking the fast in mosques during Ramadan has been banned.
The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs says that the ban on breaking the fast is aimed at maintaining and ensuring cleanliness in the mosques. The directive further states that the imams of the mosques will not accept any kind of donations for breaking the fast. In Ramadan, it will be allowed to break the fast in designated places outside the mosques.

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