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The Omani Ministry of Endowments honors its winning contestant in the 30th International Holy Quran Competition in Egypt

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs in the Sultanate of Oman honored the Omani contestant, Al-Hafiz Abdullah bin Saeed Al-Hakamani, who won first place in the fourth category in the 30th International Holy Quran Competition in the Arab Republic of Egypt, who excelled in memorizing the Holy Quran in its entirety, including its intonation and interpretation, and understanding its general purposes.

This honor came as part of the annual meeting to present the final position on the Ministry’s activities and achievements and the year of the endowment (1444-1445 AH), under the patronage of the Omani Minister of Finance, Sultan bin Salem Al Habsi.

The Egyptian Ministry of Endowments announced the organization of the thirty-first international competition in memorizing the Holy Qur’an, reciting it, reciting it, understanding its lofty purposes, and translating its meanings, with the competition’s prizes raised to 10 million pounds.

This competition comes within the framework of the role of the Egyptian Ministry of Endowments in serving and caring for the Book of God Almighty: memorizing, intonation, interpretation, understanding its purposes, and translating its meanings.

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