mORE than 600 employees are being stationed at 210 gates at the Grand Mosque in Makkah to improve services provided to worshippers, the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques said on Tuesday.
The head of the gates department at the Grand Mosque, Fahad Al-Maliki, said employees at the gates ensure that pilgrims and worshippers do not bring luggage, food, and other prohibited items into the mosque with them, ensuring that it is kept clean so that people can worship comfortably and safely.
He added that the names and numbers of the gates at the mosque prevent worshippers from getting lost and facilitate their movement and exit.
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