In collaboration with The Holy Quran Memorization International Organization (HQMI), a Quran Competition is held in Mauritius with the participation of 29 competitors
In collaboration with the Holy Quran Memorization International Organization (HQMI), Hassan bin Thabit Institute has organized a Quran Competition in Mauritius in which 29 competitors have participated in the Islamic Cultural Center of Mauritius. It consists of four categories: memorizing the entire Quran, 15 Juz’, 3 Juz’ and 1 Juz’ in the supervision of a jury consists of three members. Moreover, an honoring ceremony was held for the competitors attended by the Prime Minister Mr. Zafih Jefal, the Deputy parliament Mr. Basheer Jhankeer, the representative of HQMI Mr. Muhammed Yusuf Ali Jam’an, a number of scholars, teachers and students. Besides, there were some delivered speeches in which speakers dealt with the importance of the Holy Quran and the need for Muslim children to learn about it as well as they spoke about the great role of HQMI in serving the Holy Quran, teaching and spreading it and paying attention to its memorizers all over the world, in Mauritius in particular. They have also encouraged the parents to send their children to Quran Schools as well as thanked whoever contributes in the success of this competition and valued the great effort exerted by the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz for what they provide to Muslim Nation publishing and teaching the Book of Allah amongst its children all over the world. At the end, winners were honored.