“Register to recognize your I’tikaf and make it easier to perform it in a stable environment of trust,” the agency said on Twitter. The Presidency also clarified that registration is available through the Nusuk app. I’tikaf is a way of staying in a mosque without going out and engaging in worship activities, following the example of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Itikaaf is usually observed by believers during the last ten days of Ramadan. The committee in charge of Itikaf services said that special places in the Grand Masjid have been prepared for this purpose.
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Abdul Rahman Al Sudais, head of the General Presidency, said that facilities for around 2,500 Itikaf sitters have been provided at the sites of the Grand Mosque as part of the Ramadan activity plan. Itikaaf, which was suspended due to security reasons during Kovid, was re-allowed by the authorities from last year.
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