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RAMADAN IN PICTURES: Worshippers read the Quran in Medina’s Prophet’s Mosque

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Photographers from Saudi Arabia’s state news agency were on the ground during the third day of Islam’s holy month of Ramadan in Al-Masjid an-Nabawi (Prophet’s Mosque) who took photos of worshippers as they read the Quran before breaking their fast later in the day.

Saudi King Salman ordered the provision of 300,000 copies of the Holy Quran to the Mecca’s Grand Mosque and Medina's Prophet's Mosque from the publications of King Fahd Complex in Medina's in order to provide the opportunity for those wishing to recite the Holy Quran.

Visitors were photographed as they sat in the mosque of the Prophet between the corridors of the Prophet's Mosque to recite the Holy Quran.