Rawafed Cultural Society hosts the 11th National Forum on "Archeology in Quran"

embraces the thought and literature Reza original Lollapalooza festival hall in biskra national forum edition 11 About" effects in the Qur'an" on 13 and 14 December, which Join it cultural association of the upper reaches of the mandate of the biskra, where he will attend the many researchers, academics in different States constantine, shelf, khamis miliana, Algiers, and will open the National Forum, Mr. Ahmad jalloul the President of the Assembly. The President of the Assembly of the tributaries of the Ahmed said in his opening remarks to the jalul" Arab dream." This national forum will gain wide participation of researchers and selected professionals through various interventions in many areas. Professor Ahmad Jallul added that this national forum in edition 11 About the effects in the Qur'an" will honor the personality of the Forum represented in Holy Quran writer six times, Professor Mohammed Bin Saeed Sharifi, along with the certificates and cash currencies, and fido will be displayed celebrates his biography and achievements, add to that will be honored all participants participants in this national recipient

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