Dubai has organised a great Ramadan evening for Islamic music.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
The Cultural and Scientific Association in Dubai has organised a great Ramadan evening for Islamic music and chanting of Sultan Al Aarfeen band for the prominent singer Mundhir Ghannam, along with other singers such as Abdul Rahman Halawany, Ahmed Kaima, Munzer Olabi, and Abdul Majeed Abdulla. This event comes as part of the association’s Ramadan programme, which includes scientific and cultural evenings that host an elite of innovative specialists, along with religious and national activities at the association.
The event by was attended by Bilal Al Budoor, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ali Obaid Al Hamli, Vice President, Abdul Ghaffar Hussain, along with other fans of spiritual chanting based on praising of the Prophet (PBUH) and his inspirational biography, and addressing people’s emotions in order to approach God, as well as sincere prayers for Almighty to accept Du’aa.
Al Hamli stated that the association has traditionally celebrated the Holy Month of Ramadan every year, by organising activities that connects and strengthen the spirituality of this great month, as well as addressing the emotional side among the fasting people and bring them closer to God. This Holy Month comes with a spiritual atmosphere that makes it suitable to approach God, and pray for him to accept people’s fasting, good deeds, and other acts.
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