A group of female teachers from the women's Institute of the Holy Quran, affiliated to the scientific complex of the Holy Quran at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, received the International License in teaching and reciting the Holy Quran, granted by the professor of the ten readings at Al-Azhar University, Mohammed Fahmy Abdul-Sayed Asfour.
The License was granted after the female readers passed an electronic course that lasted for seven months, in which the participants made efforts to obtain this certificate.
And they were as follows:
- (Zainab Talib, Waraqiya Jassim, Anwaar al-Mutawari, Adiba Abdul Ali and Maryam Dhea Rahim) a bachelor's degree in reading the Holy Quran and teaching it by Asim recitation with the narration of Hafs and Shu’bah.
- (Ru’a Badi Jabr) got three licenses in recitation teaching according to three narrations of (Hafs from Asim), (Qaloun from Nafe’) and (Warsh from Nafe’).
- (Noor Ali Rahim, Ghofran Mohy Sakb and Taqtum Kashish Salman) were granted licenses in reading, reciting and teaching the Holy Quran, according to Asim recitation following the narration of Hafs.
The management of the women's Institute offered congratulations and blessings to its teaching staff on this Quranic achievement, which is a transition in the women's Quranic milieu, and will undoubtedly reflect positively on the reality of teaching at the Institute.
It is noteworthy that the distribution of licenses was conducted during a forum held in the province of Najaf, in the presence of the supervisor of the course, professor of the ten readings Sheikh Mohammed Fahmy Asfour, who explained that "After a hard work that lasted six months, all participants were able to read the whole Holy Quran from the first to the last page respecting all the recitation rules and conditions, which qualified them to get the license.”