Saudi Government's new rules for visiting Roza e Rasool

Saudi Government's new rules for visiting Roza e Rasool

Saudi Arabia has announced a code of conduct for visitors to the Prophet's Mosque in Medina. According to details released by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, Saudi authorities have informed aspiring Muslim visitors to the holy site that they must adhere to ethical guidelines.

These guidelines include obtaining prior reservations before entering the sacred premises, arriving at the designated time, refraining from raising their voices upon entering the Prophet's Mosque, not bringing food with them, avoiding taking pictures or filming, and not staying in the mosque longer than the allocated time.

It has been reported that the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques is providing comprehensive services and facilities to worshippers and visitors at the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah and the Grand Mosque in Makkah.

During the past week alone, over 560,000 worshippers and visitors were provided with services at the Prophet's Mosque, including organized attendance at the Prophet's Mosque, offering greetings and prayers at the Prophet's Companions' graves.

It is worth noting that during the past seven days, a total of 564,231 worshippers offered prayers at the Prophet's Mosque, 340,048 visitors performed Nafl prayers at the Rawdah of the Prophet, and 110,436 visitors were provided with instant translation services during their presence in the Rawdah of the Prophet.

Additionally, 14,096 elderly and disabled individuals were provided with wheelchair services, 4,844 visitors were offered transportation services through transportation channels, and 3,383 visitors witnessed the displays in the Prophet's Mosque during the past week. Furthermore, 10,747 visitors benefited from the services of the Prophet's Mosque Library.