In the presence of Mr. Ahmed Darwish Al Muhairi, Executive Director of the Charity Sector, IACAD General Coordinator of Ramadan Dubai, the Rashidiya Majlis in Dubai organized a Ramadan session that praised the achievements of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan on 23 May 2019. In coordination with the Dubai Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department a
The session was moderated by Mr. Mohammed Al-Kamali from the Ifta Department in Islamic Affairs, the Majlis hosted in cooperation with the Community Development Authority , HE Dr. Eid Bakhit Al Mazrouei, The Second Deputy Chairman of the National Council previously, He was accompanied by Sheikh Zayed in his life, to talk in the virtues and wonders of the late, may God rest his soul, where he elaborated on the biography of the Sheikh and his relationship with the other. He elaborated on the biography of the Sheikh and his relationship with other people, aspects of his kindness, and his wisdom on local and international scope. The audience enjoyed a story that the public heard only for the first time of the exploits of the founder of the state and the depth of his thinking, and his great quest and aspiration for the advancement of the homeland and its institutions, citizens and generations.
For his part, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Mulla Religious Guidance in IACAD discussed that the virtue of good work, the promotion of Islam, and giving help are the influences of the late Sheikh. He also urged people to do good to the general public as this has an impact on people and humanity.
The session also witnessed praises and prayer offered for the late Sheikh.
Al-Muhairi honored the guests from readers at the majlis who came to the UAE for this activity, among them Sheikh Ahmed Obaid, Sheikh Ahmed Lahdan, Sheikh Humaid Al Naqbi, Sheikh Sultan Al Marzouqi, Sheikh Hassan Al Marzouqi, Sheikh Hussein Moeen Al Hosani, Sheikh Jassem Al-Hammadi and Sheikh Abdullah Hussein Al-Marzouqi. He concluded by thanking the guest of the majlis Dr Al Marzouki and the attendees.
The session was attended by leaders of the state and all the directors of the department, and some of its imams and preachers.
The majlis concluded by praying to Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan, may God have mercy on him, and the paradise and companions of those who have been blessed by the prophets, friends, martyrs and righteous people and those who are good friends.
On Tuesday evening, the Department organized a Ramadan Majlis in Hatta entitled “Year of Tolerance” in the presence of Mr. Ahmed Darwish Al Muhairi, Director of the Charity Works Sector, General Coordinator of Ramadan Dubai, and Jasim Al Khazraji Director of Islamic Institutions Depatment, Chairman of the Content Committee of Ramadan Dubai, Khamis bin Dhaen, Director of the Center for Islamic Affairs in Hatta and a number of people and dignitaries in Hatta city.
At the beginning of the session, Al Muhairi stressed the importance of organizing the Ramadan majlis and reviving this valuable heritage among the youth groups. The Higher Committee organizing the activities of Ramadan Dubai, in cooperation with the development of the community supervising these majlis, encouraged the the youth for constructive participation. Ramadan Majlis seeks to encourage young people and students to attend and participate in these majlises in order to benefit from the experiences shared by others, especially by the elderly. Majlises in the past used to be the foundation in each region where the trials were held and consultations take place to make the most important decisions. The youth can also learn the methods of constructive and positive dialogue based on the acceptance of another person’s opinion and respect, and on the ethics of the majlis on respect and appreciation for the good listening.
In his speech, Sheikh Ammar bin Touq al-Marri, Mufti of the Hatta Center, addressed the definition of tolerance and some of are from the perspective of the Holy Quran and the Sunna, as well as living examples of tolerance under the provisions of Islamic law.
Bin Touk said: “When we talk about tolerance, we cannot find a word to define it or express it except the word of tolerance. It contains many meanings and can be extended to different and varied fields. I would like to mention here some examples that illustrate the meaning of tolerance from the perspective of Islamic law. When the Muslim commits sin and feels guilt, he resorts to God’s forgiveness by repenting instead of blaming himself, and this is the greatest example of tolerance of the soul, then the provisions of Islamic Sharia and its rules are based on facilitation and mitigation. Referring to some examples, such that one prayer wage is equivalent to fifty prayers, and Iftar permission in the month of Ramadan for the traveller, a patient and many others.
The Majlis also included a number of poetic poems by the poet Ahmad Al-Khalaf Al-Bedwawi, who was named in 2018 by the tribe’s poet. The most prominent of these is a new poetic piece on tolerance, through which a bright image of tolerance and the treatment of great and influential meanings such as overcoming the mistakes of others, charity and generosity to the poor and the needy.