Quran memorization course:
News in Brief
Registration for the second intensive course on memorization of Quran being organized by the Quran Family Center affiliated to Society of Revival of Islamic Heritage (RIHS) has started.
According to a press statement, the course shall be held in two sections. The first section will be held immediately after Fajr prayers until 6:30 am, and the second section will be after Asr to Maghrib prayers.
The course will be held from July 21 to Aug 1 at Eqlaa Al-Dhufairi Mosque in Jahra area.
The conditions for participation in the course are that the participants should have memorized three “Juz”, and they should not be less than 13 years of age.
There will be a test at the end of the course, and cash prize of KD 50 will be given to the first five winners.
Those interested in participating can contact the Quran Family Center via WhatsApp on the number 98853302. Young comedians to speak: Kuwaiti comedian Tariq Al-Ali allowed young comedians to speak on stage, and let young amateur and professional actors in his current play “Hala Al-Khamees” to present what they got after entrusting the producing task to Meshari Al-Mojebil, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
The young artistes participating in the play include Shihab Hajia, Khaled Modaffar, Saud Al-Shuwa’i, Hamid Al-Bloushi, Ahmad Al-Tamar, Shaheen Al-Shaheen, Shamlan AlMojebil, and Shaima Qambar among others.
The play is in line with societal framework and sheds light on many issues that touch the society including the widespread neglect in some state institutions, the rampant corruption, and some negative phenomena that have reigned over the young generation. Through the play, Al-Ali and his team is trying to fix the problems using comedy.