Nusk exhibition opens at Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

Muscat: The “Nusk” exhibition, an initiative by the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs, has commenced its educational activities for pilgrims of the Holy House of God. With over 14,000 participants this year, the exhibition spans five days and is structured into morning and evening sessions.

Its objective is to familiarize pilgrims with the intricacies of Hajj rituals, offer insights into the responsibilities of the Omani Hajj delegation, and guide safety protocols and disease prevention strategies. The exhibition encompasses six core pillars, including pre-rite preparations, Ihram, Hajj rituals, fatwas, health and societal considerations, and assistance for non-Arabic speakers.

Attendees can engage in seminars, courses, and interactive activities designed to enhance their understanding of Hajj from religious and psychological perspectives. Notably, the exhibition’s opening ceremony was graced by Fatima bint Muhammad Baqir Al-Ajamiya, CEO of the Omani Medical Specialization Board, alongside experts from the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs.

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