Thousands of people gathered in a huge ceremony in Bangladesh to listen to the recitation of verses from the Holy Qur’an, revived by the Egyptian reader Mahmoud Kamal Al-Najjar, in a way he had not seen during his tours in various countries of the Islamic world and Egypt.
video| It is not a global party.. Thousands gather in Bangladesh to listen to the recitation of the Qur’an from an Egyptian reciter pic.twitter.com/5XqsVvsUEp
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According to the Egyptian newspaper Al-Watan, the Quranic party was held in Ghazipur, Bangladesh, as part of the twenty-second conference of the Iqra Association for the Recitation of the Holy Quran, which is interested in holding Quranic concerts every year throughout the cities of Bangladesh.
The newspaper quoted the reader, Mahmoud Kamel Al-Najjar, son of the Tami Al-Amdid Center in Dakahlia Governorate, as saying that he was surprised by the large number of people who attended the party.
And the carpenter says: "What I saw was the feeling of honor in the Qur’an, and that our Lord raised us and honored us with the Qur’an, and that there are peoples who respect the people of the Qur’an".
Al-Najjar graduated from the College of Islamic Call, and obtained a master’s degree from the Faculty of Fundamentals of Religion, Department of Da’wah at Al-Azhar University. For 12 years, the Egyptian reader has traveled to India, Pakistan, Kuwait and Turkey, and thousands have come to enjoy his readings.
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