New mosque inaugurated in Bahrain
A new mosque in Hamad Town, named after a dignitary, has been inaugurated by Bahrain's Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (SCIA)
A new mosque has been inaugurated in Hamad Town in Bahrain.
The recent addition to the kingdom’s venues of worship is named after dignitary, Abdulrahman Kanoo, according to Bahrain News Agency (BNA).
The mosque was reportedly inaugurated by Sheikh Abdulla bin Khalid Al-Khalifa, chairman of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (SCIA), in the presence of SCIA deputy chairman, Sheikh Abdulrahman bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Khalifa, and His Majesty’s Advisor for Information Affairs, Nabil bin Yacoub Al-Hamer.
BNA also noted that the opening of the mosque saw in attendance Northern Governor Ali bin Abdulhussain Al-Asfoor, as well as other government officials and municipal councillors.