….while equipping the Arabic school with latest learning materials
As part of this year activities to mark world international tolerance day celebration,
pastor yohanna buru, the general overseer Christ evangelical and life intervention ministry sabon Tasha has honored the youngest teenager in Arabic school in a remote village of kaduna that is gifted and talented with the skill of memorising and Writting the whole chapters of Holy Qur’an offhand
According to him ,he visited the school to sthrenthening friendship with all the Islamic scholars , and also to promote tolerance ,forgiveness
He said ,it’s surprising seeing such a gifted child in the village memorising the Quran and writing it offhand .
Buru said Recognizing the imperative need for dialogue among different faiths and religions to enhance mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among people, and promoting peace and unity among all faith base organization is the aim that brought him and to award the young man with award of excellent.
Buru said, the Gift and Award would boost the moral of the young scholar ,while encouraging others to equally pick up the challenge in the school.
The Christian cleric distributed new plastic white board, pens and other study materials to enable students attending government primary school continue their studies while studying Arabic language in the same class.
Furthermore, the cleric encourage Muslim to be awarding Qur’an offhand writers in order to have more talented islamic books writers in the future
Buru stressed that , the church cannot forget Muslim woman hajiya ramatu Tijjani who donated 50 bibles to the church and supported the church with other utencil that can help toward cleaning up the Premises of the church
Responding the Young amazing and talented Nigerian Arabic Qur’an writer that was founded in remote village of Kaduna state .
Abubakar Ibrahim who is equally a graduate from Madarasatul lauhi Kira’atul Qur’an Tsangaya Committee Mashigi Kurmin Kaduna igabi local Government Kaduna says he is happy with the skill of memorising and writing of Qur’an offhand
According to him, he graduated from the school at the age of 18 years, and since then he developed interest toward start imitating to memorises and write the whole chapters of the Holy Qur’an Offhand through the support of his father.
He said it wasn’t that easy from the inception despite the difficult challenges , but through God support and also the encouragement of my parents ,I succeeded in using my hands to write the Holy Quran while memorising it every time.
At 25 years of age, he is happy that he can write the whole chapters and versis in the Holy Qur’an.
(I have all in verses and chapters in my brain and I write them all without any mistake due to the time I spend to be perfect )
(Writing the Holy Quran has always been my dream, and I thank Almighty Allah for fulfilling my age-long ambition)
There are 114 surahs in the Quran, each divided into ayats (verses). The chapters or surahs are of unequal length; the shortest surah (Al-Kawthar) has only three verses while the longest (Al-Baqara) contains 286 verses. Of the 114 chapters in the Quran, 86 are classified as Meccan, while 28 are Medinan.
Total Ayat in Quran are 6666. Some of the Islamic scholars said that the total Ayat in Quran are 6236. It is because some of the scholars count the one long Ayat as two or three Ayat and some of them count it as one complete Ayat. When we recite the Ayat al Kursi, it is called the most powerful Ayat of the Holy Quran.
The Qur’an was checked and supervise by my teachers
His dream is to be a university proffesor so as to open the biggest tsangaya Islamic schools in the entire African countries where children of the poor can easily access quality education
While encouraging the poor rural children, he called on government support toward reducing illiteracy among the youths
Similarly, the father of the child Alaramma Ibrahim Musa expressed gratitude to almighty God for making his child become one of the people in the world that can recite and write the Holy Quran by their hands
The thank the Team of the media that visited them while encouraging Every one to support towards the education of all children irrespective of their tribe, religion, ethnicity and historical background.
Every year on November 16th, the International Day for Tolerance generates awareness of the dangers of intolerance. Since the inception of this day, it’s been the UN’s goal to strengthen tolerance by fostering mutual understanding among cultures and peoples.
UNESCO views tolerance as respect, acceptance, and appreciation of the rich diversity of our world’s cultures. It includes our forms of expression and ways of being human. Intolerance is just the opposite. Injustice, marginalization, and discrimination are all forms of intolerance. Much must be done to counter intolerance.