Two Liberian Islamic Scholars to represent country In Morocco


King Mohammad VI Foundation for African Islamic scholars has concluded one-day Qur’anic memorization and Recitation competition in Monrovia, with Mohammed Mustapha Barry and Mohammed Omar Ramadan winning first and second categories of then competition.

Following the end of the competitive Quranic recitation and memorization program competition, the first and second categories winners received tickets for their automatic qualification for the King’s competition slated for month of Ramadan to be held in the Kingdom of Morocco this year.

The two winners to include  Mohammed Mustapha Barry and Mohammed Ramadan win came as the result of reaching all requirements for Qur’anic Recitation and memorization over their colleagues .

Several other participants of the competition also received separate cash prizes for their splendid performances.

contestants in the competition included Abdullah Barry, Mohammed Wurrie Barry, Ibrahim M. Baldee, Bangalee I. Donzo, Mohammed Omar Ramadan, and Abrahim Mohammed Sillah. Others are Abubakar H. Sow, Mohammed Fadilou Barry, Abdurahman Diallo, and Mohammed Mustapha Barry.

According to Muslims, reading the Qur’an is an honor that needs supports

Meanwhile, the two winners operation, for the exchange of experiences and for the Ulema to make concerted efforts to fulfil their duty and turn a spotlight on the true image of the pristine Islamic faith as well as on its open-minded values, which are based on moderation, tolerance and coexistence.

The Foundation, through its branches in African countries together with other religious institutions, continues to play its role in disseminating enlightened religious precepts and in combating extremism.