Muslim Association in Britain is happy to announce the launch of the 2nd National Quran Competition in United Kingdom. it involves finding the best Quran memoriser & reciters amongst participants from the age 10 - 35 years.
- Category I: One Juz for ages up to (10 years)
- Category II: Three Juz for ages up to (13 years)
- Category III: Five Juz for ages up to (15 years)
- Category III: Ten Juz for ages up to (18 years)
- Category IV: Half of the Qur’an for ages up to (25 years)
- Category five: The Whole Qur’an for ages up to (35 years)
Note: The competition is open to males and females.
4) Examination will be as follows:
The competition is organised over two rounds:
1. Regional:(London, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Cardiff, Edingurgh)
Sunday 21st July 2013 12.00am - 8pm
27 Turner Street Manchester M4 1DY
Tel: +44 (0161) 832 5352
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Sunday 21st July Time: 12—8pm
Fatima Community Centre
517 Moseley Rd,
Birmingham, B12 9BX
Mobile: 07429 513918
Sunday 21st July Time: 12—8pm
Muslim Welfare House
233 Seven Sisters Road, LONDON N4 2DA
2. National: (Manchester)
Sunday 28th July 2013 12.00 - 8pm
Muslim Youth Foundation
27 Turner Street
Manchester M1 4DY
1st position: Ipad
2nd position: Iphone
3nd position: Ipod
Please register before 19th July 2013
When & Where
Muslim Association of Britain
The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) is a British organisation, founded in 1997; dedicated to serving society through promoting the correct understanding of Islam with its spiritual teachings, ideological and civil concepts, and moral and human values—all placed in the service of humanity. It seeks to convey these by reaching out to people using high standards of communication and offering logically-grounded argument.
MAB cooperates with others in tackling the complex and intractable issues affecting our society like rising crime, failure in education, the spread of racism, drug addiction, disassociation of youth from society, rise in anti-Islam hatred and violence—whether organised or individual, regardless of its motives.
MAB aims to promote and propagate the principles of positive Muslim interactions with all elements of society; to reflect, project and convey the message of Islam in its pure unblemished form.
MAB works to create hope; by encouraging Muslims to be pro-active in participating in the British Society through the many avenues available; by integrating positively through fruitful citizenship.
• An Islamic organisation that is of solid organizational structure and sound membership profile, which represents British Muslims on all levels, including educational, spiritual, scientific, academic, social and political.
“I want not but betterment and reform to the best of my ability; and my success is but from Allah.”
(Words of Prophet Shuaib, peace be upon him, as quoted in the Qur’an)MAB Branches:
There are 12 MAB Branches in Britain: London, Birmingham, Wales, East Midlands, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Bristol and Scotland.
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