Morocco offers a religious donation from the Holy Qur’an to strengthen spiritual ties with Gabon – Today 24

The Kingdom of Morocco donated a large collection of copies of the Holy Qur’an to the Hassan II Mosque in Liverpool.
This gift was presented by the Moroccan Ambassador to Gabon, Abdullah Subaihi, on the occasion of the anniversary of the death of King Mohammed V, which coincides with the tenth of Ramadan.
This gift comes during the month of Ramadan, when Muslims are more likely to read the Holy Quran.
The delivery of these copies of the Noble Qur’an to the Hassan II Mosque in Liverpool is of special importance, given that it contributes to strengthening spiritual and cultural ties between the two countries and embodies the basic values ​​of Islam, such as solidarity, peace and tolerance.
This initiative emphasizes the quality of historical relations between Morocco and Gabon, and will “contribute to enhancing the true understanding of Islam, based on the principles of brotherhood and mutual respect.”

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