Moment of Pride for the Nation as Hassan Ali Kasi, a student from Quetta, has secured the first position in the international Holy Quran recitation competition (Siraj Al-Kabeer) held in Afghanistan.
Hassan is a prolific Qari of the Quran who has been setting records in the field of religious studies since 2007 when he became the youngest reciter of the Holy book.
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He was just eight years old when he embarked on his stately career, gaining recognition for his exceptional memorization and recitation of the Holy Quran skills.
After becoming Hafiz-e-Quran, Hassan completed his graduation with distinction and continued his religious studies at the International Islamic University in Islamabad. The renowned Hafiz-e-Quran is also fluent in several languages including Arabic, English, German, Pashto, and Urdu.
Hassan started participating in various national and international competitions at a young age and has been the recipient of numerous awards. For this purpose, he had been to several countries around the world including Iran, Qatar, Turkey, Germany, and others.
Hassan Ali made the whole nation proud by winning the first prize in the recent World Recitation Competition in Afghanistan. The competition was held in December in Kabul and was organized by Sheikh Abdul Kabeer Haidari’s Quranic Centre.
Participants from over 25 countries took part in the competition and a jury of experts selected the winners of the qualifying, semi-final, and final competitions. Hassan was the only reciter representing Pakistan who won the title “Siraj Al-Kabeer”.
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