In order to ensure the sanctity of the holy sites, photographs and videos will not be allowed here in the future, strict action will be taken against the violators.
Self-restriction was banned in the Mosque Nabvi (PBUH) photos and videos will not be allowed here to ensure the sanctity of the holy sites, strict action will be taken against the violators. According to details, the Saudi government has banned the making of selfies, photos and videos in the country’s holy sites.
The release states that any kind of photographs and videos will not be allowed in the mosque al-Haram in Mecca and in the mosque of the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina Manorah. Security personnel deployed at these locations have been instructed to take action against the makers of photos and videos.
Cell phones and cameras of those who violate the ban will be confiscated. Saudi officials say the move has been taken to safeguard sanctuaries and maintain their sanctity. It has been further said that the Hurrimans, pilgrims and pilgrims coming from different countries spend more time in the Sharifin painting which disrupts the worship of them and others.
These guys make pictures on Harman Sharifin and upload them on social media. But now celebrities and pilgrims who make pictures inside and outside the Hariman Sharif through their mobile phones, cameras or video cameras can also have their cameras and mobiles seized.
It is to be noted that the ban on the making of photos and videos in the holy sites of Saudi Arabia was also announced in 2017, when an Israeli man managed to enter the mosque, and later he again posted his photographs. Were also uploaded to social media.