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2,786 people benefit from Dar Al Ber programmes


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Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter

During the first quarter of the current year, the family culture sector in Dar Al Ber Society accomplished 19 scientific events and awareness, educational and community initiatives, benefiting 2,786 men and women, young and elderly.

Asmaa Abdul-Qader Al Rayyes, head of the family culture sector at Dar Al Ber Society, said that “different segments and elements of the local community, including students, women, men and young people, participated in the activities organised by the sector, which in turn participated in a number of activities in institutions and other agencies, during January, February and March.”

She explained that the activities of the sector were divided, in the first quarter, between attending activities, before the crisis of the emergence of the globally novel coronavirus, and activities (remotely), after the outbreak of COVID-19.

Al Rayyes indicated that among the most prominent activities of the first quarter, which were organised by the “Family Culture” sector: a foundation course in Sharia sciences, a session on preparing female propagators, the Qur’an programme “my way of life,” a forum (Containment art of the marital differences), Ibn Al Qayyim programme, and towards a happy married life, continuous memorisation workshops for the Qur’an in 6 branches of “Dar Al Ber,” Sanad and Sanad preparation sessions in the Holy Qur’an, as well as courses for Al Ber (E-learning) platform “remotely,” participation and arbitration in a number of Quranic competitions.

However, the Islamic Information Centre has announced that over 30,000 people, of various nationalities, have benefited from the activities of the Centre and its programmes in Dubai, and 2,200 in Ras Al Khaimah, during the first three months of 2020.

Rashid Al Junaibi, director of the Islamic Information Centre, which specialises in propagation according to the approach of moderation, mildness and tolerance, affirmed that the centre focuses its attention during the current period on introducing Islam, and spreading the values of tolerance, love, moderation and mildness electronically “remotely,” according to the latest available technologies, programmes and applications, and across social media platforms, as well as focusing on new Muslim rehabilitation programs “remotely.”

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