DUBAI, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance, has named a mosque in Al Dhait South, Ras Al Khaimah, after the martyr, Hassan Abdullah Mohammed Al Bishr.

The directives of Sheikh Hamdan to name the mosque, which was built through his personal donation to serve the area's people, aims to appreciate the role and sacrifices of the nation's martyrs in the fields of heroism, giving and duty, which have made them icons of sacrifice, pride and dignity and an eternal memory that embodies the highest meanings of loyalty and belonging to the nation and its wise leadership that created an invincible nation and modern country that everyone sacrifices their lives for.

The mosque, which has a capacity of over 1,200 worshippers, is characterised by its modern architecture, Islamic geometric decor, architectural style, and its consideration for safety requirements and the conditions of the elderly and people of determination, as well as its many car parking spaces.

Source: Emirates News Agency