72 inmates at Punitive Institution participate in RAQA

January 04, 2024 / 9:37 PM
Sharjah24: The Punitive and Correctional Institution of Sharjah Police began on Thursday conducting preliminary tests for inmates who are getting ready to take part in the 22nd edition of the Ras Al Khaimah Quran Award (RAQA). The event is being organised by the Ras Al Khaimah Foundation for Quran and its Sciences. A total of 72 participants took part in the tests, consisting of 68 males and 4 females from the inmates. The competition is scheduled to end on the 25th of the upcoming month of Ramadan.
Inmates who engage in the Quran Award are actively involved in rehabilitative and educational initiatives offered by the Punitive and Correctional Institution, in collaboration with strategic partners. The objective is to provide support to them and enhance their conduct, guiding them towards a path of virtuous living . The main focus of this programme is to help inmates make the most of their time by dedicating it to memorising the Quran. This approach greatly influences inmates’ conduct and facilitates their reintegration into the community.

The 22nd edition of the Ras Al Khaimah Quran Award is a significant event that promotes competition, coexistence, and tolerance among individuals from various nationalities. It reflects the commitment of the country to promote stability and enhance the societal quality of life, guided by esteemed humanitarian principles.
January 04, 2024 / 9:37 PM

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