Littering at the Grand Mosque

It is said that cleanliness is next to Godliness, this phrase holds so true is even translated perfectly in Arabic النظافة من الايمان

How is it that someone can go to the grand mosque, consume water freely given by the organisers and not have the common decency to pick up after themselves? You are in God’s house, you are عبد لله سبحانه وتعالى and hence are expected to keep the mosque clean. It is no one’s job to come and pick up after you except your own.

In the last dwindling few days of Ramadan let us try to be better people. Please.

Religion does not just encompass prayers, it is an eclectic concept that includes how you treat others as well as how you treat the world at large around you.

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