AZAN


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Abdel Gelil said the ministry had chosen more than 20 qualified Sheikhs who will alternate in chanting the azan live, including Sheikh Rafiq Al Naqalawi and Sheikh Mohamed Al Toukhi.
As part of a mutual agreement between his parents, Azan started living with his father around two-and-a-half years ago.
The toss won by 13H Emerging Talent and invited Azan TV to play first.
Meanwhile, the attendees were enchanted with the recitation of top winners, including Ahmed Al Shabrawy, who came first in Kids category; Hafeez Farookh, the top Youngster category; Najuh Omar, in the top youth category; and Moaz Assal, who secured first position in Imam's section, and Majid Anwar, who gave the most tuneful Azan.
According to Salem Sayil, a local journalist in Ataq city of Shabwa, six militants were killed on Thursday in Azan district.
Khaled Amir, an imam at Hafsa mosque in Heliopolis, agreed with the ministry on the importance of having a muezzin with good vocals chanting the azan, but he disagreed on the method.
To perfect her memorisation, Shaikha joined a Holy Quran study centre at the Azan town, one of the many branches under the RAK Quran Award since its inception.
The mountainous Azan area, in Shabwa governorate, is a reported stronghold of militants in the governorate and borders Al-Mahfad district of Abyan.
Dubai: Iran's parliament has banned on airplanes from flying in the country during the Azan call to prayer, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported.
AZAN also plans to for two new runways and an additional terminal at the airport.
According to a statement by the Palestinian Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs on Monday, Israel prevented Azan under the pretext of annoying Jewish settlers" in the usurped part of the mosque".
Egyptian authorities have been calling for a unified call to prayer from the minarets in order to reduce the cacophony created by the thousands of untrained muezzins performing the azan through loudspeakers or microphones five times a day, often out of sync.