A great celebration of the Koran, dedicated to the ongoing educational projects on religious education of population, will be held at the Cathedral Mosque named after Refat Veliulla in Belogorsk on November 14, 2015.
Within the framework of celebration, the students of the Koran recitation classes will be honorary awarded with copies of the Muslim holy book due to completion of the first stage of program, press service of the Spiritual Board of Muslims in Crimea and Sevastopol reports.
The students, including children and elderly persons, in turn will show their skills in reciting the Koran, demonstrate small stagings, and perform ilahas and Hadiths.
According to Feride Abdulganieva, a very interesting program is preparing. The students are ready to demonstrate the acquired knowledge and share their experience.
The event starts at 10 am, admission is free.
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