Cries of Destiny Causing a Soul

HULU TERENGGANU, May 24 - For the first time Aidilfitri's arrival was welcomed in a different atmosphere following the outbreak of the Covid-19 outbreak as well as the history of the Imam who chanted the destiny on Friday night.

Sultan Mahmud Mosque of Kuala Berang, Muhammad Syafiqsabri Mohamad, 36, said he could not resist the feeling of betrayal with only a few friends than before with the crowds attending the mosque.

"Can't tell what my feelings were like when I shouted destiny, tears and almost tears because that was the first time in the history of an empty mosque without the presence of a family and only a few people were with me at that time.

"After a month of fasting, the banquet will be held. Only this time there will be no mosque in the mosque and the mosque, nor will there be any safeguards to perform the morning prayer prayers," he said when met at the Sultan Mahmud Mosque in Kuala Berang today. .

He said the mosque and surau officials assigned to the task were limited to only three people allowed to perform at the mosque and surau respectively.

Earlier, there were no Aidilfitri prayers at mosques and mosques throughout Terengganu this year, but Muslims in the state were asked to perform it with their family members at home.

The decision was announced by the Terengganu Mufti Department through the state's Aidilfitri response guidelines under the Conditional Movement Control Order (PKPB) to curb COVID-19 pandemic outbreaks.