Dubai International Holy Quran Competition Enters Its 27th Session

Dubai International Holy Quran Competition Enters Its 27th Session

The competition fervently progressed as contestants continued to showcase their skills at the Dubai International Holy Quran Competition, now in its 27th session. The event unfolded at the Nadwat Culture and Science Symposium Theater Hall in Al Mamzar area, Dubai.

On the sixth day of the competition, participants such as Al-Hassan Miqdad Ali from Nigeria, Muhammad Homam Rafii from Indonesia, Abdullah Joao Gaspar Yeh from Angola, Jalal Hamdi Saeed Othman from Yemen, Muhammad Swaani from Mali, Muhammad Jallow from Sierra Leone, and Ibrahim Dawoud from Malawi, faced the jury with their submissions.

Dr. Saeed Abdullah Hareb, Vice Chairman of the Award Organizing Committee, extended gratitude to the sponsors of the day’s events, including Barjeel News Corporation, Al Rostamani Group, and the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services.

Expressing his commitment to supporting the competition, Mishal Abdul Karim Julfar, Executive Director of the Dubai Ambulance Services Corporation, emphasized the strategic partnership and the significance of promoting the competition’s success in upholding the Holy Quran.

Qasuma Radobo, Indonesian Consul General in Dubai, commended the competition’s remarkable achievements and its esteemed status in the international arena. He underscored the importance of global participation in honoring Quranic memorizers and expressed gratitude for the warm reception and hospitality extended to contestants.

Similarly, Taibat Atinuki Mohammed, Nigerian Consul General in Dubai, highlighted her country’s consistent participation in the competition, selecting top-notch contestants to represent Nigeria at the esteemed event. She praised the competition’s global acclaim and recognized the diligent efforts of its organizers in elevating Quranic competitions worldwide.

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