For pilgrims With Disabilities, Saudi Officials and Volunteers Ensure a Seamless Experience.

For pilgrims With Disabilities, Saudi Officials and Volunteers Ensure a Seamless Experience.

MAKKAH: To ensure that every pilgrims has a beautiful experience, both the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah and the Grand Mosque in Makkah take great care to accommodate their demands.

Prayer rooms, doors, bridges, and elevators are customized to meet the specific needs of pilgrims, who can perform religious rites with the assistance of a committed team. From the time a person arrives in the Grand Mosque courtyards until they fulfill their religious obligations, the General Authority for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque is committed to meeting the requirements of those with disabilities.

Authority personnel told Arab News that prayer rooms are reserved for people with physical, hearing, or vision impairments. A group from the Grand Mosque’s General Administration for Persons with Disabilities oversees these spaces.

In the expansion portions of both mosques, prayer rooms have been set aside specifically for attendees. These locations offer services to satisfy guests’ security and well-being needs. The administration ensures that ramps, steps, elevators, slopes, and bridges with specific equipment meet their needs. The Grand Mosque assists the hard of hearing through sign language. The prayer areas translate Friday sermons into sign language and provide Braille Qur’ans, flexible Qur’an holders, and Zamzam water. Islamic books are also available in Braille.

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