IACAD cancels all permits for Ramadan tents for the year 2020
In line with the national efforts and instructions to contain the Coronavirus breakout that aimed at protecting public health and safety, the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai announced the cancellation of all permits for Ramadan tents for the year 2020.
The announcement issued by the charitable sector said that all permits for Ramadan tents will be canceled for this year, and it is strictly forbidden to bring meals – breaking fasts - to the courtyards of mosques in order to prevent gatherings. In case of wanting to participate in the meals distribution, go to the charities and institutions approved and licensed by IACAD.
For his part, Ahmed Darwish Al-Muhairi, Executive Director of the Charitable Sector, stressed the importance of these precautionary steps in supporting the national efforts, indicating that the department places health and safety among its priorities. He noted that this process comes in line with coordination with various government agencies, taking into account all necessary measures to provide a safe environment.
Muhammad Musabeh Dahi, Director of the Charitable Institutions Department, also revealed that IACAD is continuing to spread the charitable work among the various segments of society. “Meals of Hope”, which is an innovative digital initiative that, stressing that the initiative is one of the preventive measures that will help feed the needy by the precautionary methods adopted by the country.