Jumu’atul Wida observed seeking special munajat at mosques
Published: 02:42 PM, 7 May 2021 Updated: 08:23 PM, 7 May 2021
Muslim pilgrims flocked at mosques on Jumu’atul Wida
Holy Jumu’atul Wida was observed on Friday with religious solemnity and seeking overcome from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Muslim pilgrims observe the last Friday of Ramadan as Jumu’atul Wida.
In the ongoing COVID situation, almost all the mosques in the country, including the National Mosque Baitul Mukarram, were overflowing with worshipers.
All the mosques were filled to the brim before the start of the Jumu’ah prayers. Due to a lack of space, many people have to perform prayers outside.
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to perform special Ibadat (acts of worship) after the Jumu’ah prayers on the last Friday of Ramadan. Following this, his ummah performed Nafl prayers and special prayers on this day after Jumu’ah.