Performing Eid prayers with the participation of devout worshipers in Malaysia

At the end of Ramadan, the month of mercy, forgiveness and salvation, the holy Eid-ul-Fitr has been celebrated in Malaysia with great enthusiasm and religious fervor.

The country’s largest Eid prayers were held at the country’s National Mosque (Negara) at 8:30 am local time on Monday. Long before the start of the prayers, the country’s National Mosque (Masjid Negara) and its surroundings are filled to the brim with the arrival of worshipers.

Tun Haji Ehsan bin Mohammad Hosni, the chief imam of the National Mosque Negara, made a statement before the start of the prayers.

Due to the epidemic, the worshipers have spent Eid-ul-Fitr in the last two years without any restrictions by the government. It is like a gathering of devout devotees. Prayers are held in every mosque of the country with the participation of the worshipers.

Besides, Maulana Mufti Rezaul Haque conducted the Eid prayers with the participation of Bangladeshis from all walks of life near Titiwangsa Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Kuala Lumpur.

Apart from this, to take part in Eid Jamaat is to take part in Eid Jamaat Baitul Mokarram, Bukit Bintang Bangladeshi Surao, Subangjaya Bangladeshi Mosque, Srimuda Bangladeshi Mosque, Klang, Penang, Sungaibulu, Puchang, Malakka, Penang, Zahurbaru, Kepong Jannatul Ferdowsi Mosque in Bangladesh In the name of Dhal of Bangladeshi students and expatriate devotees.

Special prayers were offered for the peace and prosperity of the Muslim Ummah of the world including Bangladesh.

After the prayers, the expatriate Bangladeshis shared Eid joy by hugging each other. Many called the country and exchanged greetings with their relatives. At this time the whole area became a piece of Bangladesh.

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King of Malaysia Yang D-Partuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmed Shah, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yakub, former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, Anwar Ibrahim wished Eid to the countrymen and foreigners.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh High Commissioner to Malaysia. Golam Sarwar wished Eid-ul-Fitr to all, including expatriate Bangladeshis and Malaysians. He also wished Eid to the family members of the expatriates in the country and wished them well.

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