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COLOMBO, SRI LANKA - APRIL 13: Sri Lankan Muslims keeping the mandatory one metre health guideline during the first ‘Tharawih’ night prayers to begin the holy month of Ramadan from tomorrow at the Dewatagaha mosque in Colombo, Sri Lanka 13 April 2021. The Muslims in Sri Lanka, including ethnic Moors, Malays, Bohras and others who make up 9.7 per cent of the over 22 million population in the island began the night time ‘Tharawih’ prayers for the month of Ramadan tonight (13 April) and will commence the mandatory fasting for a period of 30 days from dawn tomorrow, as the new crescent was not sighted last evening. With the world-wide Covid-19 pandemic, all religious places of worship, including mosques were kept closed and with the ‘new normal’ they have been gradually allowed to conduct prayers with a limited crowd, depending on the capacity of the mosques. They also need to follow the mandatory distance of one metre between each person. They have been urged to refrain from distribution of food, porridge, conducting the Ifthar or breaking fast in the evening etc. till the pandemic ends. ( M.A.PUSHPA KUMARA - Anadolu Agency )

Sri Lankan Muslims during the first ‘Tharawih’ night prayers to begin the holy month of Ramadan

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