HM the King, Commander of the Faithful, Performs Eid Al Fitr Prayer in Ahl Fez Mosque
HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, accompanied by HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan, HRH Prince Moulay Rachid and HH Prince Moulay Ismail, performed, Friday, the Eid Al Fitr prayer in Ahl Fez mosque in Rabat and received wishes on this joyful occasion.
Coming from the Royal Palace in Rabat, the royal procession made its way to the Ahl Fez Mosque, amidst the cheers of crowds of citizens who came to express their best wishes to HM the King, Commander of the Faithful, and to share with the Sovereign the joy of this happy celebration which crowns the holy month of Ramadan.
Upon His arrival at the Mosque, HM the King reviewed a detachment of the Royal Guard which paid the honours.
After the Eid prayer, the imam said the believers enjoyed throughout the month of Ramadan an atmosphere of piety and spirituality, adding that this is a unique moment of spiritual purification with great promises of divine rewards.
This holy month is distinguished in Morocco by the religious lectures chaired by HM the King, the imam noted, stressing that these scientific meetings are a source of intellectual and civilizational information that contribute to spreading the real image of Islam and its lofty values and precepts.
This holy month was also marked by actions and initiatives undertaken by HM the King in the different areas aimed at developing and modernizing Morocco as well as promoting the living conditions of citizens, he said.
HM the King was, afterwards, greeted by heads of Islamic countries' diplomatic missions accredited to Morocco who extended their congratulations and best wishes to the monarch.
At the royal palace, HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, received the wishes of HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan, HRH Prince Moulay Rachid and HH Prince Moulay Ismail.
The sovereign also received the wishes of the Head of Government, Speakers of the two houses of parliament, minister of state for human rights, HM the King's advisors, cabinet members, high commissioners, presidents of constitutional bodies, HM the King's brothers-in-law, directors of royal offices, high-ranking officers of the Royal Armed Forces and several civil and military figures.