Saturday, April 23, 2022

WHAT HAPPENS DURING PRAYER TIME

When smaller kiosks close for prayer times or non-business hours, many of them simply cover up and drape their merchandise with large cloths. 

It's common to see workers pray outside shops in malls. Often prayer rugs are available for whoever wants to use them. 

Thievery is rare in Saudi Arabia, where penalties can be very stiff. Most people in this country are honest and respectful of others' property.

Another worker praying in public

 

5 comments:

Tom said...

...interesting.

Marie Smith said...

It must give one a sense of security to see people praying publicly like that.

Andrew said...

I was working with an older man when I was young. He spread newspaper on the floor and then, as I know now but did not then, prayed towards Mecca. As a naΓ―ve white country boy, it freaked me out.

William Kendall said...

Makes sense.

Maggid said...

Thank you, Thank you, Thank YOU!!!
Things I often wonder . . because, here it is so different.

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