189 Students Participate in Islamic Endowment Foundation Competition in Japan in Collaboration with the International Organization
Islamic endowment foundation in Japan has organized a Quran competition in collaboration with the Holy Quran Memorization International Organization, HQMI, in which 186 students participated. It consists of seven categories: memorizing the entire Quran, memorizing five Juz', two Juz', one Juz', half Juz', one chapter and best recitation. Moreover, a jury was formed for the supervision of the competition consists of 6 persons. At the end of the competition activities, an honoring ceremony was held for the participants attended by the manager of Islamic Arabic institute in Tokyo Dr. Nasir Alnaeem, the manager of Islamic foundation Sheikh Aqeel Siddique, the representative of Saudi embassy in Japan Uthman Burkiyah, the representative of HQMI Sheikh Muhammad Abdul-Kareem, a number of Islamic well-known persons, students and their parents. In addition, there were some delivered speeches in which speakers expressed their happiness and joy attending such a competition, thanking the organizers and congratulating the winners of students as well as encouraging them to continue memorizing and mastering Quran holding to its teachings and being good examples in their communities. Also, they pointed out to the great effort exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz in paying attention to the Book of Allah, teaching and spreading it amongst Muslim world children as well as lauded the great effort exerted by HQMI in supporting Quran matter and its memorizers in Japan. At the end, prizes were distribute amongst the winners of the competition.