News ID: 201240
Published: 0250 GMT September 25, 2017

Iran to take part in Russia's Qur'an contest

Iran to take part in Russia's Qur'an contest

Russia's international Holy Qur'an competition will be held from October 5 to 9 in the category of Qur'an recitation, announced the organizers of the event.

According to IQNA, Amir Laal Avval, a young Qur'an reciter from Khorasan Razavi Province will represent Iran in the international event while Iranian Qur'an master Javad Sadat Fatemi will accompany Amir Laal Avval as a guide.

Russia’s Qur'an contest, known as the Moscow Qur'an reciting competition, has been held annually since 2000. The competition has been held at the international level since 2007.

Born in 1982 in the holy city of Mashhad, Laal Avval acquired Qur'an recitation skills with masters such as Javad Panahi, Shafiei, Momen, Hassani and Mojtahedzadeh.

He has a number of titles in national and international Qur’anic events to his credit, including the top rank in Iraq's international Qur'an competition in 2014.

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