COVID-19: UK Muslim Leaders Want Mosques to Remain Closed

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Religious leaders across the world are discussing reopening worshipping houses after three months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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However in the UK, Muslim leaders have called for mosques to remain closed despite the government saying places of worship could open for “individual prayer.”

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British Muslim imams have also criticized the plans to reopen mosques, saying say they fail to take into account that prayers at mosques almost always take place in groups, Arab News reported. 

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