Masjid Al Haram’s taraweeh prayers in Ramadan are broadcast globally and for many, watching taraweeh prayers on TV is a staple they do every night in Ramadan. The official Twitteraccount of the Presidency of the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques has tweeted the schedule of the taraweeh and tahajjud prayers.
The schedule is as follows:
As per the schedule, Shaykh Abdul Rahman Al Sudais will be leading the tahajjud prayers at the night of the 27th of Ramadan and will also lead the taraweeh prayers on 29th, which is the day when the recitation of the Quran is usually completed at the Holy Mosque.
Shaykh Al Sudais will also be leading the taraweeh prayers on the very first day of Ramadan alongside Shaykh Ibraheem Al Shuraym.