Sheikh Sudais, the head of the Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, has launched a new device aimed at preventing children from going missing in the Kaaba and the Prophet’s mosques. The device will produce a certificate that will be attached to the hands of young children every time they enter one of the mosques. This certificate will contain the child’s name and parent’s number, which will allow the child’s parents to be called in case he/she goes missing.
The initiative comes as a response to the increasing number of children who go missing in the crowded spaces of the Kaaba and the Prophet’s mosques. The large number of visitors to these holy sites often makes it difficult for parents to keep track of their children.
The new device, which was launched under the supervision of the General Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, aims to provide parents with peace of mind and enhance the safety and security of children in these busy locations. The certificate produced by the device will ensure that children are easily identifiable, and their parents can be contacted promptly in case of an emergency.
The launch of this new device is a significant step towards ensuring the safety of children in the Kaaba and the Prophet’s mosques. It demonstrates the commitment of the authorities to continuously enhance the safety and security of the holy sites and the people who visit them. The device is expected to be welcomed by parents, who will no longer have to worry about losing their children in the busy crowds of these revered sites.
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