Promoting the values ​​of moderation and tolarance
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The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Da’wah and Guidance continued the program of Imamat in Ramadan this year in a number of countries in the world, by leading the Taraweeh prayer and the giving of lessons and preaching words in this holy month.
In the Republic of Ghana, the Ministry’s envoy, Sheikh Mohammed bin Hilal al-Ruwaili, in coordination and cooperation with the Embassy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in the capital Accra, visited the village of Limo in northern Ghana, where he delivered the Friday sermon in the only mosque in the village, after which the certificate was given to two new Muslims after Friday prayers, as well as the distribution of a copies of the Quran with the translation of the meanings.
The Muslims expressed their joy over the visit, and expressed their thanks and appreciation to the Government of the Two Holy Mosques, hoping that such visits will be repeated as a result of strengthening the bonds of Muslim brotherhood.
The ministry’s envoy, Sheikh Ziad bin Nasser Al-Qurashi, continued his advocacy efforts by holding the evening prayers and the Taraweeh at the Mosque of Hamo Sow Mosque in Senegal.
On the other hand, the ministry’s envoy Sheikh Hamoud bin Afar al-Shammari delivered a Friday sermon at the mosque of the Huda Mosque in Hungary, and was under the title: (prepare for the last ten days of Ramadan, and the statement of virtue and preferred night of Qadar)
While the Ministry’s representative in the Republic of Tanzania, Dr. Musa Al-Tuwaijri delivered a lecture entitled “virtue of preferred night ” at Al-Ihsan Mosque in Dar esslaam.
The ministry’s envoy, Sheikh Fahad bin Saleh al-Arfaj, also delivered a lecture at the Qushala mosque in the Republic of Nepal, title “Muslms a middle nation”.
The Imamah program in Ramadan is part of a series of programs carried out by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Da’wah and Guidance in a number of countries around the world during the holy month of Ramadan in order to enlighten people about the issues of their religion and to highlight the Ministry’s message emanating from the Kingdom’s mission to promote the values ​​of moderation and tolarance.

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