The schools of the Aqaba Islamic Charitable Society pay 920 memorabilia of the Holy Quran and a number of its parts to the homeland. :: Nabataeans

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The schools of the Aqaba Islamic Charitable Society pay 920 memorabilia of the Holy Quran and a number of its parts to the homeland.

A central celebration for the association’s schools on Independence Day on the stage of Arwa Secondary School to promote national values ​​and loyalty to the homeland with several paragraphs.

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The schools of the Aqaba Islamic Charitable Society honored 920 male and female students who memorized the Holy Quran or some of it as part of the association’s schools’ celebrations on Independence Day, emphasizing the role of schools in supporting and nurturing dedicated generations and nurturing them to achieve the highest scientific and practical ranks in the dear homeland.

Arwa Bint Abdul Muttalib Secondary Schools for Girls and Arwa Elementary Schools A and B were at the top of the list of memorizers of the Koran or some parts thereof, with the number of female students reaching 580, while Khalid bin Al-Waleed and Islamic Education for men’s schools, 220 students registered who memorized the Holy Quran or a number of parts, and Khaled Ibn al-Walid Kindergarten 120 memorizers of the Quran or a number of parts.

In detail, the director of the association’s schools, dr. Ali Karam Al-Manzalawi, the advanced level of faith that the students of the association’s schools have achieved in all the sciences they receive, noting that qualified cadres of administrators and teaching staff oversee more than 2,000 male and female students attending association’s schools, followed by 125 teachers, Note that the association’s schools start from kindergarten to high school. Over the past few years, his students have achieved remarkable results at the governor’s level.

Al-Manzlawy emphasized that the celebrations of the association’s schools on Independence Day and the graduation ceremony of the memorizers of the Holy Qur’an reaffirmed their important role in promoting national, educational and religious values ​​among students and bringing patriotism to them through the Independence Ceremony. activities and maximizing the country’s performance in all sectors.

In turn, the technical director of the association’s schools, Mona Mahawesh, confirmed that the push of this large number of students from the memorizers and memorizers of the Holy Quran and a number of its parts a milestone in the teaching process in the schools are. of the Aqaba Islamic Charitable Association, noting that the memorabilia of the Holy Quran and a number of its parts were adorned with crowns. Memorization, recital and recitation are a badge on their chest and an honor further is an honor for the memorizers and memorizers of the students, in addition to the recitation teachers who made loyalty, sincerity and distinction with this great achievement for our students. Eid, and altruism of salvation, and the general supervisor of the presentation, teacher Sahar Muhammad Hassan Abdel-Gawad.

Mahawesh emphasized that the honor of the students and memorizers during the celebrations of the association’s schools on Independence Day comes from the acumen of our association and within his vision to care for the student from all educational, personal and emotional aspects, so that the development and caring for the cadre was one of our top priorities.

Likewise, the memorization of the Qur’an was our first concern, so these great numbers were, to God be the glory and mercy, with honorable follow-up, teachers of recitation, our directors and teachers, for the heart filled with the Qur’an is the basis of excellence and happiness in both worlds.

Mahawesh said: “We concluded our activities with our great slogan, Love of Homeland, or Faith, within a specialized committee of our schools that carried out independence activities to produce together the student who adheres to his religion, his homeland and his values. should.”

The schools of the Aqaba Islamic Charitable Society held a school independence ceremony for all its schools on the stage of Arwa Bint Abdul Muttalib Secondary School for Girls, in the presence of community and educational activities. A special committee oversaw the preparation of the ceremony and its paragraphs, consisting of the chair of the committee, Mona Mahoush, dr. Wafaa Al-Jarrah, Safia Al-Gharbawi, Zainab Qawasmeh, Ayat Al-Quran, Somaya Al-Riyati, Hanan Shalhoub, Farah Al-Maaytah, Nasra Al-Najjar and Bayan Al-Damen.

The director of Arwa Secondary School for Girls, Amal Al-Sultan, praised the efforts of the association’s management and all the participants with the preparation and preparation for this excellent ceremony, where the creative and diverse paragraphs and the wonderful organization that love and expressed loyalty, faith. of all to the homeland and its leadership, in addition to highlighting the students’ creativity and skills in all areas through an excellent performance on stage that won admiration. .

And the Sultan added, saying,

Praise to God, who has succeeded in achieving our goals for the degree of the fifteenth group of high school students at Arwa Bint Abdul Muttalib Secondary School after great care and attention to the scientific and literary branches on the basis of planning, guidance and academic and appreciative care ..

Where we at Arwa Secondary School are accustomed to creativity and excellence, thanks to God firstly and the administrative and teaching staff secondly, as the school has won first place in the “My Empowerment My Mission” initiative at the level of for nine consecutive years Aqaba Governor. schools … and the first level for two consecutive years in the honorary initiative.

In addition, the director of the Islamic Education School for Boys, Marwa Radwan, believes that the successes achieved in the celebrations of the association’s schools on Independence Day and the graduation ceremony of the memorized Holy Quran confirm the excellent administrative and educational situation sought. by the association’s schools in promoting the concepts of loyalty and belonging to the homeland through independence and maximizing this public opportunity, in addition to strengthening religious and educational values ​​for students through excellence in memorizing the Holy Quran or parts thereof.

Radwan said: The Islamic Education School embodied the vision in all academic and educational aspects under the banner of a qualified teaching staff to carry out its message. Our school was an incubator for the Men’s Forum in its third season, with the participation of some men’s schools in the Aqaba Education Directorate The local … not to mention the systematic and extracurricular activities that the talents of this generation reveal.

It is noteworthy that the Aqaba Islamic Charitable Society has five schools and a nursery school, which is run by Arwa Secondary School for Girls, run by Amal Al-Sultan, Arwa Elementary School A, run by Huda Al-Qadi, Arwa Elementary School B. . by Lina Yassin, Khaled Ibn Al-Walid School for Boys, run by Hadeel Jarwan, and the Islamic School of Education for Boys. Managed by Marwa Radwan, and Khalid bin Al-Walid Nursery School, managed by Sarah Al-Hallaq

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