Morocco donates copies of Holy Quran to Hassan II Mosque in Libreville

Morocco has donated a batch of copies of the Holy Quran to the Hassan II Mosque in Libreville.

This donation was handed over by Moroccan ambassador to Gabon, Abdellah Sbihi, on the commemoration of the anniversary of the death of the Father of the Nation, late King Mohammed V, which coincides with the 10th day of the holy month of Ramadan.

The delivery of the Quran copies to the Hassan II Mosque in Libreville is of particular importance, as it contributes to strengthening the spiritual and cultural ties between the two countries and embodies the fundamental values of Islam, such as solidarity, peace, and tolerance.

The donation translates the excellence of historical relations between Morocco and Gabon, and contributes to promoting an authentic understanding of Islam, based on the principles of brotherhood and mutual respect.

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