Muslims pray for peace in Islamic congregation in Bangladesh
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims have raised their hands and prayed for the welfare of the world as they joined a final prayer in wrapping up a three-day Islamic congregation near Bangladesh’s capitalJanuary 12, 2020, 8:45 AM1 min readTONGI, Bangladesh — Hundreds of thousands of Muslims raised their hands and prayed for the welfare of…
An total bunch of hundreds of Muslims non-public raised their hands and prayed for the welfare of the area as they joined a final prayer in wrapping up a 3-day Islamic congregation end to Bangladesh’s capital
January 12, 2020, 8: 45 AM
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TONGI, Bangladesh —
An total bunch of hundreds of Muslims raised their hands and prayed for the welfare of the area as they joined a final prayer Sunday in wrapping up a 3-day Islamic congregation end to Bangladesh’s capital.
The Biswa Ijtema, or World Congregation of Muslims, is one in every of an well-known gatherings of Muslim devotees, held on the sandy banks of the River Turag at Tongi, appropriate north of Dhaka.
The congregation, which is believed to non-public begun in 1949 as a gathering of Sunni Muslim preachers, attracts millions from Bangladesh and out of the country. The gathering is apolitical, and the sermons take care of an interpretation of Islam that advocates peace, harmony and brotherhood.
“Oh my Allah, please keep Muslims, please pour your blessings, please quit all bloodshed by your blessings,” cried an imam who led the final prayer. Lots of the devotees burst into tears attempting for blessings.
Security became as soon as tight, with businesses constructing watchtowers, regulate rooms and CCTVs. The second fragment of the gathering begins on Friday.
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