Mosques will be opened in Iran


Today, all mosques in Iran have been temporarily reopened as part of a plan to ease restrictions imposed by the government.
The mosques will be open for three days. This event is connected with the special night prayers related to the month of Ramadan. On Monday, Ali Khamenei called on the government to pay attention to the needs of the people at this critical time, especially the need to pray during the month of Ramadan fasting.
 Iran has been hit hardest by Coronavirus in the Middle East. There are 109,286 cases of coronavirus infection in the country. 6,685 people died.

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