The Dubai Holy Quran Radio programmes’ details were announced in a press conference.
Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
The Dubai Holy Quran Radio of the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC) unveiled its new line of programmes for the holy month of Ramadan under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
The details were announced in a press conference by Abdullah Hamdan Bin Dalmouk, Executive Chairman of HHC in its head office in Dubai and also attended by Abdullah Al Ansari, Director of Community Research, Awareness and Public Relations of Erada Centre for Rehabilitation.
The new programme cycle includes four different segments produced by the Dubai Holy Quran Radio, affiliated to the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center to broadcast recitation of Holy Quran five times a day to benefit the faithful.
The new range of programmes in Ramadan include ‘scientific and psychological miracles in the Holy Quran’ by Hassan Al-Ashri and Mohammad Ramadan, and the ‘Beauty in Islam’, a programme characterised by its new offering, focusing on Qur’anic verses and Hadiths that draw attention to the meaning of beauty. The Quran Stories will be presented by Dr Hikmet Zureikat which deals with the stories mentioned in the Koran.
This year’s new addition “Masmooh”, a social programme by Abdullah Al Ansari, is a quality programme for the Dubai Holy Quran Radio. The series of talk with 25 individuals and their rehabilitation journey as the programme being supported by a voluntary initiative launched by the Erada Center for Rehabilitation will be on-air throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
“The programme aims to build bridges of hope and communication with the recovering people, to identify their needs and to spread a message of awareness to the society offered by the recovering people, in addition to defining the role that each of us should play in order for the recovering person to take part in society,” Abdullah Hamdan Bin Dalmouk said.
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