|code: 310516||Date: 2012/04/23 - 10:24||source: Iqna|
Quranic Courses in Sudan
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - A series of spring season Quranic and religious courses are underway in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum.
They began on Saturday, April 21, at the “Martyrs of Al-Muqran” religious complex in Khartoum, and will run until May 10, IQNA’s Africa branch reports.
A number of Quranic and Islamic scholars and experts teach the specialized courses on Quran interpretation, Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) Seerah, Hadith, and theology.
Ahmed Dhinourayn, Mahdiri Ahmed, Abdulhay Yusuf, and Muhammad Al-Amin Esmaeel are the instructors of the series which have been organized by Al-Mishkat charity organization.
The participants will receive awards at the end of the 19-day series.
Sudan is a Muslim country in which Quranic activities are prevalent and its people have unique interest in learning the Quran. There are Quranic classes called ‘Khalawat’ as well as Quranic schools across the country. Millions of people in the East African country know the entire Quran by heart.