The "Waqf Al-Nour" in the German city of Hamburg will launch the "Germany International Holy Quran Competition", from November 11-13, with the participation of 33 countries.
The general supervisor of the competition, Dr Talal Hadi told Al-Mujtama magazine that the competition of the late Sheik Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah, which is held under the patronage of Sheikha Dr Suad Al-Sabah from the State of Kuwait, is dedicated to memorizing the Holy Quran in European countries. We are about to launch the competition a few days later in Hamburg.
Dr Talal Al-Hadi explained that this competition stems from an interest in the Holy Quran and seeking to encourage Muslims to memorize and work with it. He drew attention to the fact that the competition aims to leave a strong faith impact, preserve religious identity, and educate young people on Quranic values and morals.
Dr Talal Al-Hadi explained that this competition stems from the interest in the Holy Qur'an and seeks to encourage Muslims to memorize it. He drew attention to the fact that the competition aims to leave a strong faith impact, preserve religious identity, and educate young people on Quranic values and morals.
Hadi indicated that the competition would receive guests and participants from 33 European and other countries, in addition to international arbitration committees from various countries.
Hadi called on everyone to participate and contribute to the "Germany International Holy Quran Competition" because of its educational, faith, fraternal and social impact, and to preserve the religious identity of the Muslim community and new Muslims in Europe.
The branches of this competition include memorizing the entire Qur'an provided that the contestant's age does not exceed 30 years. Memorization of 15 parts and the competitor's age should not exceed 25 years. Memorization of 10 parts, the competitor's age must not exceed 18 years, and memorization of 5 parts for those who do not exceed the age of the contestant 16 years.