Mosques cheer up with children
BATMAN - On the first day of the summer Qur’an courses, which started after the schools entered summer vacation, the mosques and courses were cheered up with children.
Batman showed intense interest in summer Qur’an courses, which started with the holiday of the schools. Children learn the Islamic religion, the Qur'an, life of Prophet [Siyar] in the mosques.
Families who have a holiday opportunity for 3 months, have begun to send their children to the mosque and Quran courses to learn their religion.
While all the Batman centers, towns and villages have children's Qur'an courses, students learn Qur'an, life of Prophet Muhammad, basic religious knowledge and examples of good morality.
Enbiya Mosque Imam Abdulgani Sav, who stated that hundreds of students were present and that they tried to teach their children their religion in the most beautiful way, said “Summer Schools in all the mosques in Turkiye and in Batman have begun like the ones we have in our mosque after the holidays. It was seen that the families have sent their children to the mosque very intensely. We saw that children are happy in the mosques and the families are happy that their children are coming to the mosque.”
Sav, who says that there are more than 300 students each year, says, “Despite being on the first day, we have hundreds of girls and boys. We teach them Quran, basic religious knowledge, mosque moral etc. together with our tutors. We show the way to the mosque. We try to give them all kinds of religious needs, so that they not be educated when they grow up.”
Noting that children are getting more and more crowd every year, Sav concludes: “Our mosques are extremely demanding. Families realize that their children will infect bad habits on streets, so send them to the mosque. Keep them in the mosque. We train them, and I hope to have a very good education.
The students who came to the courses of the Qur'an also expressed their happiness to learn their religion and the Qur'an and they wanted their coevals to come to the courses. (M. Fatih Akgül - ILKHA)