Djibouti: Morocco Donates Batch of Holy Quran and Books on Islamic Culture to Oum Salama Mosque's Library
Morocco donated, on Monday, a batch of the Holy Quran and books on the Islamic culture in the French language, to the library of the Oum Salama Mosque in Djibouti.
The donation was handed during a meeting, in Djibouti, between Morocco's Ambassador to Ethiopia and Djibouti Nezha Alaoui M'Hammdi and Djibouti's Minister of Muslim Affairs Moumin Hassan Barreh.
On this occasion, the Djiboutian authorities paid tribute to the commitment of HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful, to promoting a solidarity-based and moderate Islam.
Recalling that this action is part of the vision of solidarity that governs Morocco's relations with sister African nations, the Ambassador of Morocco emphasized the Kingdom's attachment to promoting tolerant Islam, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI.
For his part, the Djiboutian Minister extended his country's gratitude to the sovereign for his solicitude and welcomed the commitment of Morocco to strengthening bilateral relations in all fields with the Republic of Djibouti.
MAP 18 March 2019