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Emirates News Agency – Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak International Holy Quran Competition concludes and honors outstanding performers and participants at seventh session


Dubai, 22nd September / WAM / Dubai International Holy Quran Award Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak concluded the activities of the seventh session of the International Holy Quran Competition in a ceremony held at the Culture and Science Seminar Hall in Al Mamzar area of ​​Dubai. Development Foundation in the presence of Sheikha Hessa Bint Makhtoum Bin Juma Al Maktoum and Sheikha Amina Bint Humaid Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Nahda Women’s Association and Her Highness Maryam Mohammed Al Rumaidi, Director General of the Family, Representative of Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, “Mother of the Emirates”, General President of Women’s Association, President of Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, Supreme President of Family Development Trust

The ceremony was attended by a large number of community women, contestants and their companions, directors of Holy Quran meditation centers and representatives of awards and Quran institutions in the country.

The ceremony started with the recitation of a verse from the Holy Quran, followed by a speech by Ayesha Azza Mohammed Rashid, the contestant from the Republic of India, and then by the Dubai International Holy Quran Award. , the audience watched a documentary on the progress of Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, Secretary General of the Sheikha Latifah Award for Childhood Creativity on behalf of Consultant Ibrahim Mohammed Bu Melha, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Dubai International Holy Quran Award. After the International Holy Quran Competition, which was launched seven years ago, the audience listened to selected recitations by the contestants, including Sheikha Alia bint Zayed bin Makhtoom Al Maktoum and Sondos Zayed Mohammed from the United Arab Emirates. Al-Murabid from the Kingdom of Jordan and Morocco recited their best verses of the Holy Quran, and then the audience followed the recorded request of Dr. Sajjad Mustafa Kamal Al-Hasan, Chairman of the International Competition Jury. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Later, Sheikha Hessa bint Makhtoum bin Juma Al Maktoum, patron of the ceremony, along with Her Highness Maryam Mohammed Al Rumaidi, honored the top ten winners and all participants in the seventh session of the competition, where Jordanian contestant Sundos. Saeed Mohammed Siddawi won first place, Amad Al-Rahman Badi Gulai from Bahrain took second place, Yasmin Old Daly from Algeria, Masla Jamal Al-Din from Indonesia and Asma Abdel-Rahman Abdullah Abdul-Malik from Yemen took third place. Placement (again), sixth place went to Senegal’s Andy Buso Zatra, while Bangladeshi contestants Naseeba Huq Feza and Ayesha Hameed Muhammad reached seventh place (again). From Cameroon, the ninth place went to Tanzanian Sumaya Ali Juma and rival Samira. Finland’s Noor Mullum finished tenth, rematching Uganda’s Nabila Nansubuka.

Reda Abdel Noor/ Salama Al Shamsi

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