The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has opened two new mosques in Rawdat Al Hamama as part of the Ministry’s plan to expand the number of mosques in the country.
The two mosques can accommodate about 3,408 worshippers, with five imams’ homes and two centres for Holy Qur’an memorisation, including all services facilities.
The mosque, which is located in the north-eastern side of the Rawdat Al Hamama has a capacity to accommodate 1,820 worshippers. It includes a main prayer hall, a mezzanine and three imams’ homes and a Qur’an memorisation centre, while the other mosque located in the south-west side of Rawdat Al Hamama, has a capacity of 1,588 and includes a main prayer hall (men), a women’s room and two imams’ homes.
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