Sharjah Ruler meets families of pioneering Quran reciters
Dr. Sheikh Sultan appreciated the initiative of the reciters' families in providing the Holy Quran Academy with their recitation collections.
His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah on Monday met with a number of families of the pioneering Quran reciters at the Holy Quran Academy, Sharjah.
The Ruler of Sharjah stressed the importance of documenting and preserving Arab and Islamic history and heritage in its various forms, highlighting the importance of working to provide it for scientific and cultural usages, as well as introducing future generations of the significance of their rich wealth of history.
During the visit, Dr. Sheikh Sultan welcomed the families of the reciters to Sharjah, and appreciated their initiative in providing the Academy with their Quran recitation collections, highlighting their efforts in serving the Holy Quran.
On their part, the families valued the efforts of the Sharjah Ruler in promoting cultural values, supporting writers and intellectuals in preserving Arab and Islamic heritage.
Dr. Sheikh Sultan, accompanied by the reciters' families, visited the museum of famous reciters, where he was briefed about the most prominent collections, including Qurans, books, personal and office equipment, recording and radio equipment, rare recordings, and clothes.
The meeting was attended by Mohammed Obaid Al Zaabi, Chairman of the Protocol and Hospitality Department, Mohammed Hassan Khalaf, Director-General of Sharjah Broadcasting Authority, and Sherzad Abdul Rahman Taher, Secretary-General of the Academy.
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