Friday, June 14, 2024

Saudi Arabia Launches 1,000 Qur’an Memorization Sessions for Hajj Season

Sheikh Abdulrahman Al-Sudais, who leads the Presidency of Religious Affairs at the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, has announced the approval of 1,000 sessions for Hajj pilgrims to memorize the Qur’an, according to the Saudi Press Agency. This initiative is part of the broader plans for this year’s Hajj, aimed at promoting the morals and moderate teachings of the Qur’an worldwide.

The sessions will be conducted by qualified Saudi teachers who have themselves memorized the holy book. These teachers will guide the pilgrims through the memorization process, ensuring they understand the Qur’an’s teachings deeply. This effort underscores the Kingdom’s dedication to educating people about the Qur’an and fostering a better understanding of its messages.

In addition to memorization, the sessions will include recitations of the Qur’an and discussions on the holidays associated with the Prophet Muhammad. Al-Sudais highlighted the importance of this initiative in spreading the values of the Qur’an and supporting the spiritual growth of the pilgrims.

This program is a significant part of the religious activities organized for Hajj, reflecting Saudi Arabia’s ongoing commitment to nurturing Islamic teachings and enhancing the spiritual experience of the millions of pilgrims who visit the holy sites each year. Through these sessions, the Kingdom aims to foster a deeper connection with the Qur’an among the pilgrims and encourage the dissemination of its moderate and moral messages globally.

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