Dubai will build the world’s first floating mosque

Dubai will build the world's first floating mosque My News Bangladesh

Dubai is going to build the world’s first floating mosque at a cost of 55 million dirhams. The country’s Islamic Affairs and Charitable Department has announced the construction of this three-storey mosque to attract Muslim tourists.

This information was given in a report of Gulf News based in Dubai.According to the report, the construction of the mosque will be completed by 2024. The first floor of the three-storied mosque will be under water.

It will be fixed for prayer. And the hall will be on the second floor. And there will be a third floor for organizing various Islamic events. Apart from this, 50 to 75 religious persons can stay together here, that facility will also be kept. The mosque will preserve the Qurans distributed from Sheikh Makhtum bin Rashid and Makhtum to the present day.

Ahmed Khalfan Al Mansoori of the country’s Culture Communication Consult Department said that the United Arab Emirates has become the center of world tourists. We believe, we need to do more to raise the level of humanity here. That is why we will create more attractive tourist spots.

When announcing the construction of the world’s first floating mosque, the director of the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Department of the United Arab Emirates. Hamad Al Sheikh Ahmed Al Saibani and other department officials were present.

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