Grand Mosque ready for last 10 days of Ramadan
The Grand Mosque Administration has concluded preparations to receive worshipers for the night prayers in the last 10 days of Ramadan.
Quoting Director of the Grand Mosque Administration Roumi Al-Roumi, Al-Rai daily reported that several committees have been instituted to ensure the comfort of worshipers, and that preparations were made in coordination with several authorities in the country since the administration is expecting over 18,000 worshipers for the night prayers.
Some 350 volunteers are readily available to serve the worshipers and provide their needs. He also said that prayer mats and tents will not be provided outside the mosque due to the ongoing construction on the First Ring Road, but assured the mosque is large enough to contain 18,000 worshipers. The best Kuwaiti youth who are fantastic in the recitation of Holy Quran have been selected to lead the Taraweeh prayers. The management has provided fully air-conditioned spaces for prayer, considering the hot weather.