IQNA

8:47 - July 20, 2019
News ID: 3468989
TEHRAN (IQNA) – The second gathering of Iraqi women Quran activists was organized by the National Center of Quranic Sciences affiliated to the Shia Endowments Office of Iraq in the holy city of Karbala.

 

 

According to the Dar-ol-Quran of the Astan (custodianship) of Imam Hussein’s (AS) holy shrine, representatives from Quranic centers of the holy shrines and members of Quran institutes of the country attended the program.

Amal Al-Matouri, head of the Women Quranic Center affiliated to the Dar-o-Quran of the Astan, said that the participants discussed organizing a national Quran competition for women elites as well as technical issues related to the previous contests.

Rafi’ Al-‘Ameri, top Iraqi Qari and director of the National Center of Quranic Sciences, said that it was decided at the program that two women Qaris and two Quran memorizers be selected as winners from among each 10 contestants in the preliminary stage of the competition in different provinces of Iraq and the competition of each 10 representatives from the holy shrines to have one women Qari and one Quran memorizer as the top winners.

He added that it was also among the decisions at the program that top participants of the last year’s Quran competition of women and the Quranic women who have not competed at the international level can participate in the national Quran competition to be held for Iraqi women elites.

 

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