The event was held at the Public Authority for Civil Aviation, below the patronage of H E Sayyid Salim bin Musallam Al Busaidi, Undersecretary for Administrative Affairs Development in the Ministry of Civil Service, in the presence of a quantity of officials.
The annual Nusuk event aims to offer technical guidance and explanations to Omani and expatriate pilgrims, who are organizing to go for hajj this year. It also aimed to guide pilgrims as to what they should do in terms of moral, physical and sensible elements in the course of hajj. Through this event The Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs aims to market the awareness about appropriate customs to be performed in the course of the religious ritual.
The sixth Nusuk event integrated an exhibition, a series of lectures and distribution of brochures and pamphlets with suggestions to embody the hajj ritual step by step. The objective was to make sure a lot more interaction and advantage by clarifying doubts about the pilgrimage and its provisions.
The programmes also focused on what the pilgrims requirements to know prior to commence of his/her trip to hajj. It also highlighted the conduct that pilgrims must be attentive about whilst performing their worships.
The exhibition which was a component of Nusuk event, consisted of a quantity of hajj essentials, namely the pre-ascetic performances, and what pilgrims must be conscious of in terms of the provisions of travel, how to practice ‘Ihram’ efficiency by clarifying the temporal and spatial occasions, and the kinds of hajj, its desirability and prohibitions.
The awareness sessions highlighted the significance of preserving excellent wellness, the pilgrims’ wellness requirements and needed procedures that should be deemed prior to beginning the hajj trip and in the course of the hajj period as effectively.
Commenting on the banks supports for pilgrims, Murtadha Jawad al Lawati – AGM – Head of Marketing & Corporate Communications, Alizz Islamic Bank stated, “Hajj is one of the five fundamental pillars of Islam which the Almighty Allah has imposed upon every Muslim to undertake once in his/her life. We spared no effort in being the exclusive banking partner of the awareness session for this important religious event.”
Lawati added “We have a robust connection with the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs and this collaboration is essential and underscores the bank’s function in supplying Sharia’a-compliant items and solutions. We at Alizz Islamic Bank are committed to strengthen our community’s improvement and prosperity by providing back and creating a optimistic distinction in the society in which we reside and perform. We comprehend that when societies thrive, people, companies and organisations will thrive.”
Lawati concluded his statement saying, “In the upcoming period we will continue to dedicate our efforts to strengthen our support for religious events and functions that add value to the local community, and contribute in creating a culture of awareness about the essentials of our religion and religious tolerance, which Oman is well known for its adherence to.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily