Saudi Arabia to participate in International Qur'anic Contests
Holy Quran memorizers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will participate
in International Quranic contests during the holy month of Ramadan for
the year 1439H.
The General Secretariat of the local and international Qur'anic
Contest of the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance nominated
the contestant Sultan Bin Ibrahim Al-Azmi from Hail, and the contestant
Ahmed Bin Ayman Bitar from Makkah to participate in Turkey International
Contest for memorizing the Holy Quran to be held during the period
Ramadan 5 -15.
The General Secretariat also nominated the contestant Ibrahim bin
Abdullah Al-Sa'awi, from Qassim Region (Buraidah) to participate in
Dubai International Holy Quran Award, which begins in the first of the
Holy month of Ramadan and lasts twenty days.
On the African continent, the contestant Saif bin Ali Alsni
Al-Olayani, from Asir region, is preparing to participate in the 15th
International Algiers Prize for memorizing, reciting and interpreting
the Holy Quran in the last ten days of Ramadan.
The Secretary-General of the Holy Quran Contest, Dr. Mansour bin
Mohammed Al-Sameeh said participants in the international Quranic
contests are owning to the good efforts of the Custodian of the Two
Holy Mosques King Salman Local Contest for Holy Qur’an Memorization and