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16 mosques opened in Tatarstan in 2020

Kazan, December 30, 2020

16 new mosques were opened in Tatarstan in 2020, the press office of the Muslim Religious Administration of Tatarstan reports. “The houses of Allah appeared in Tukayevsky, Arsky, Alekseevsky, Bavlinsky, Sabinsky, Nizhnekamsky, Elabuga, Mendeleevsky, Buinsky, Alkeevsky and Pestrechinsky districts of the republic”, the press office noted.

 

Registration to the Muslim Youth Forum opens

Kazan, December 29, 2020

Kazan plans to hold the XI Forum of Muslim Youth in January 20-24, 2021. This time, the annual gathering will be held separately for the girls. It will be focused on the topic of healing. As the Almighty said in the Last Scripture: “The Day when neither wealth nor children will be of any benefit. Only those who come before Allah with a pure heart will be saved.”

 

Tatarstan Muslims distribute hot meals to the needy

Kazan, December 15, 2020

Charity Fund “Zakat” has resumed its charity dinners for those in need, the press office of Muslim religious Administration of the Republic of Tatarstan. Free portions of hot food were distributed in the park along Burkhan Shahidi Street in Kazan. Within an hour, the fund’s employees fed more than 50 people: those in need were given salad, first and second courses, bread and tea. The organizers plan to hold similar initiatives every Friday in future.

 

 

The oldest mosque in Russia to be restored by 2022

Makhachkala, December 14, 2020

The restoration of the Juma Mosque of the VIII century in the oldest Dagestan city Derbent is planned to be completed in 2022, Islam.ru website reports. The mosque is the oldest one in Russia. At the moment, the project is being finalized taking into account a number of features that were discovered by the restorers at the initial stage of work, told TASS agency the director of the Derbent Museum-Reserve, Viktor Chesnokov.

 

Omsk became the Muslim capital of Russia for three days

Omsk, December 9, 2020

Omsk hosts the Fifth Reporting and Election Congress of the Centralized Religious Organization Muslim Religious Administration of the Asian Part of Russia under the leadership of Mufti Nafigulla Ashirov. From 8 to 10 December, the heads of the religious administrations of Muslims (muftiyats) from different cities of Russia will work at the Aurora Hotel, reports “Omsk.zdes” newspaper.

 

Halal mortgage adoption discussed in Ufa

Ufa, December 8, 2020

Introducing a “halal mortgage” in Russia (i.e. the difference between the cost of goods and the price of its sale is imposed on the loan) was discussed within the framework of the international business week in Ufa, the press office of the State Committee of Bashkiria on Foreign Economic Relations reports.

 

Crimean Muslim women received an award for the best project in Russia

Sevastopol, December 7, 2020

Public organization of Muslim women of Crimea “Bullyur” under Muslim Religious Administration of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol and the educational project “Faidaly Ilim” were recognized as the best in Russia.

 

Mufti of the Far East met with the governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region

Birobidzhan, December 7, 2020

Mufti of the Russian Far East met with the governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region Rostislav Ernstovich Goldstein on Monday, December 7. Ahmad Hazrat conveyed words of greetings and congratulations on behalf of the Supreme Mufti of the Central Muslim Religious Administration of Russia, to the governor on assuming office and being elected as the secretary of the regional branch of the “Yedinaya Rossiya” party.

 

A new mufti elected in Rostov region

Rostov-on-Don, December 7, 2020

Central Muslim Religious Administration of the Rostov Region held elections of the head of the religious organization on December 6, Islam.ru website reports. The post of Mufti Jafyar Bikmaev, who died in mid-November, was taken by his son, Muhammad. He was elected during an open vote of the Council of Alims and Imams of the region.

 

Sheikh Muhammad Yaraghi conference held in Dagestan

Makhachkala, December 5, 2020

A scientific conference dedicated to “Muhammad Yaraghi in Dagestan culture and world science: problems of spiritual heritage and cultural memory” was held in Makhachkala last Saturday, Islam.ru website reports.

The event was organized by the Madrasa named after Muhammad Yaraghi with the assistance of the Ministry of National policy and religious affairs of Dagestan.

 
 

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