Esah Alragehe
Saudi Arabia
Inaugurated by His Royal Highness Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, Emir of Makkah Region on Sunday, 08.21.1434 Aisha Sulaiman Al-Rajhi Mosque in the scheme of the breeze in Makkah, which can accommodate more than 47 thousand worshipers, which was built by businessman Sheikh Sulaiman Al Rajhi stood from his mother. As adviser Houdralavtaatah in the Royal Court of His Excellency Dr. Sheikh Saleh bin Humaid, General President of the Affairs of the Two Holy HE Sheikh Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais and his deputy, Sheikh Dr. Mohammad Nasser الخزيم and a number of their virtue and dignitaries. Where the ceremony began with verses from the Holy Quran followed by Sheikh Dr. عبدالودود Hanif then the word of Sheikh Sulaiman Al Rajhi delivered on behalf of the Secretary General of Awqaf Al Rajhi Saleh Habdan thanked His Highness the Emir of Mecca for patronizing the opening ceremony of the mosque, and Hamad God Almighty, which God and doctrine for the construction of the complex, said Habdan that area of ​​the mosque is estimated at 60 846 square meters, contains warehouses and parking and electro Mkanekih services and technical processing plants. The The mosque translation is available for immediate sermons for the Deaf and Muslims non-Arabic speakers. And then see a visual presence to ensure all stages of the implementation of the project, followed by a poem delivered by the Chairman of the Reconciliation Committee, Dr. Nasser Al-Zahrani. It is worth mentioning that the outdoor spaces equipped with an estimated 10899 square meters and has absorbed the mosque 47 084 worshipers, 22320 worshipers to inland areas and 18164 worshipers of Yards and foreign 6600 surfactant serum. The mosque contains a programmed lighting units for remote control and has a television camera system and a water treatment system. The mosque has a building management system to control the air conditioning system and control of pumps, generators, escalators and technical treatment plants and exterior lighting and electrical systems to reduce the cost of electric power. It features the mosque prayers lounge and dining hall and rims Matkvan, toilets are equipped with the latest equipment, and in the mosque and the role of scientific library devoted to scientific lectures.
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