In collaboration with The Holy Quran Memorization International Organization (HQMI), 17 blind memorizers participate in the first Quran Competition in India
In collaboration with HQMI, The Memorizers’ Foundation has held the first Quran Competition for blind memorizers in Bitckel village of India. 17 memorizers participated in the competition and a jury of Islamic university teachers in Bitckel and Memorizer’s Foundation reciters was formed. Moreover, an honoring ceremony was held attended by Sheikh Khalid Ibrahim and Sheikh Qari Abdulraheem from Isha’at Al Ulum University in India, the representative of HQMI Dr. Hashim Al Ahdal, a number of those who are interested in Quran matters and a gathering of citizens. In addition, some speeches were delivered in which the speakers lauded the efforts of HQMI in serving the Holy Quran all over the world, particularly in India. They also pointed out to the great efforts exerted by the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz in serving Islam and Muslims as well as spoke about the virtues of memorizing Quran, encouraged the memorizers to exert more effort in memorizing and mastering Quran and to be good examples in their communities. Also, some recitations of the Holy Quran were permeated. At the end, prizes and gifts were distributed to the winners of the competition.