Salaries increased for some workers in the UAE officially

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UAE decides to increase the salaries: A number of workers in the United Arab Emirates had their salaries go up officially.

Imams in Dubai are receiving pay raises: Leadership in Islamic prayer is a calling for those who are in charge of it.

Some workers in the UAE now officially have higher salaries.

There are now officially higher salaries for some workers in the United Arab Emirates.

Imams are highly educated individuals who reside in the United Arab Emirates with their families. They spend the most of their time located within or in close proximity to mosques.

As devout imams lead Muslims through their five daily prayers, mosques all around Dubai filled with the passionate recital of the holy Quran reverberate throughout the city. The imams rarely deviate from their spiritual responsibilities for more than a few hours at a time, but they are responsible for a variety of responsibilities in the mosque, including teaching the Quran and delivering sermons. It is common practice to cut short lengthy journeys, dinner gatherings, and even shopping expeditions when there is just a small half-day break available each week.

Dubai announces an increase in the salaries of imams and muezzins.

Dubai has announced an increase in the salary of imams and muezzins who work in mosques.

In recognition of their significant role in spreading the inclusive message of Islam and their dedication to serving the community, the Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has issued a directive to boost the salaries of imams and muezzins.

Saeed Ashoush was overjoyed beyond measure by the kind act that the Crown Prince of Dubai had performed. "I am still awaiting the details, but I am glad that Dubai is taking care of us."

The President of the UAE decides to increase the salaries of workers in mosques by 50%.

The President of the United Arab Emirates has decided to raise the salary of workers in mosques by fifty percent.

Earlier in the month, the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, issued an order that mandated the provision of a monthly financial allowance that is equivalent to fifty percent of the basic salary for all mosque staff. The General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments (GAIAE) employs imams and muezzins.

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