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Hafeez Muhammad Shihab Ullah took second place in the International Heifazul Quran Competition held in Saudi Arabia. He won this honor by defeating the competitors of the three countries. The 9th semester of ‘King Abdul Aziz International Hifzul Quran, Talawat and Tafsir Competition’ began on Wednesday, September 8, at the Holy Mosque.
Saudi King Salman distributed the prize on behalf of his brother and Governor Amir Khalid Al-Faisal of Mecca Mukarrama. He handed over cash prizes as a certificate and prize to the winners. Saudi Arabia Minister for Religion, Dawaah and Guidance was present at the awards ceremony. Abdul Latif Bin Abdul Aziz Al Sheikh. In addition to the certificates, Shihab Ullah was awarded a symbolic check of 3,000 Saudi riyals.
Ten-year-old Shihab Ullah is a student of Tahfizul Quran Wasan Sunnah Madrasah, conducted by Qari Nazmul Hasan of Jatrabari, the capital. From the age of seven, he started defending the Quran. Her village home is Barura in Comilla district. His father’s name is Neymatullah Mahbub. Significantly, Shihab Ullah finished third in the 26th International Qur’an Competition in Croatia last year with participation from eight countries.