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Thousands of people pray on the 27th night of Ramadan

The Bilal bin Rabah Mosque, the Grand Mosque, and all other mosques across the country experienced a significant turnout of worshippers—both citizens and expatriates—on the 27th night of Ramadan, seeking the Night of Destiny and praying for the security, safety, and prosperity of the homeland and all Muslim countries, as reported by Al-Rai daily.

The Organizing Committee at the Bilal bin Rabah Mosque confirmed in a press statement that thousands of worshippers gathered at the mosque on the 25th and 27th nights of Ramadan. They emphasized that preparations were completed and necessary equipment was provided to better serve the worshippers.

The committee arranged for an elite group of reciters with pure voices to lead prayers, creating an atmosphere of faith for religious individuals from various parts of the country who visited the mosque on these blessed nights. They ensured that the main site of the mosque and attached halls were equipped, and the women’s prayer hall was supplied with various amenities such as cold and hot drinks, golf carts for transportation to and from parking lots, and wheelchairs for people with disabilities.

The committee further revealed that personnel from the Ministry of Interior, Kuwait Firefighting Force, and Medical Emergency Department, along with a large number of volunteers, contributed to securing and serving the worshippers and guests during these blessed nights.

His Highness the former Prime Minister, Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, attended the 25th night of Ramadan. He interacted with citizens and expatriates, exchanging greetings with them after prayers, as confirmed by the committee.

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