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Qaboos offers Eid prayers in Khasab

He was accompanied by representatives of wilayats and other officials

  • Staff Report
  • Published: 16:26 October 26, 2012
  • Gulf News

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  • Photo credit Photo Caption lead in Sultan Qaboos Bin Saeed offered Eid Al Adha prayers at the Sultan Qaboos mosque in the wilayat of Khasab. PHOTO:Mohammed Mustafa

Muscat: Sultan Qaboos Bin Saeed offered Eid Al Adha prayers at the Sultan Qaboos mosque in the wilayat of Khasab, the capital of Musandam, about 500km from Muscat.

The Sultan was accompanied during the Eid prayers by Sayyid Haitham Bin Tarek Al Saeed, Heritage and Culture Minister, Sayyid Khalid Bin Hilal Bin Saud Al Busaidi, the Diwan of Royal Court Minister, General Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Nu’amani and Royal Office Minister, and Sayyid Badr Bin Saud Bin Harib Al Busaidi.

Also attending was the Minister Responsible for Defence Affairs, Sayyid Hamoud Bin Faisal Al Busaidi, Interior Minister, Shaikh Abdul Malik Bin Abdullah Al Khalili, Justice Minister, Nasr Bin Hamoud Al Kindi, and the Secretary General of the Royal Court Affairs, as well as other members of the Council of Ministers.

A number of honourable members of the State Council and members of Majlis A’Shura, representatives of the wilayats of Musandam Governorate, judges, walis, Shaikhs, and dignitaries of the Governorate and members of the public also attended.

Shaikh Mohammad Bin Abdullah Al Salmi, Awqaf and Religious Affairs Minister led the prayers, who started the Eid preaching (Khutbah) with Takbeer and praise to Allah for blessings.

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