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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

27. Roselaini Faiz
28. Prim Kumar @ Farim Umar

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

30 Mac 2016 menampilkan Prim Kumar @ Farim Umar.



Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

27. Roselaini Faiz
28. Prim Kumar @ Farim Umar

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

30th March 2016 featuring Prim Kumar @ Farim Umar.


To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

27. Roselaini Faiz
28. Prim Kumar @ Farim Umar

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

29 Mac 2016 menampilkan Roselaini Faiz.


Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

27. Roselaini Faiz
28. Prim Kumar @ Farim Umar

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

29th March 2016 featuring Roselaini Faiz.


To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here.

Monday, March 28, 2016

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Archbishop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

28th March 2016 featuring Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha.



To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here.

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Ketua Biskop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

28 Mac 2016 menampilkan Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha.




Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Ketua Biskop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

26 Mac 2016 menampilkan YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong.



Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Archbishop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

27th March 2016 featuring YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong.



To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click 

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Ketua Biskop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

25 Mac 2016 menampilkan Lyana Khairuddin.





Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Archbishop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

25th March 2016 featuring Lyana Khairuddin.



To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here

Friday, March 25, 2016

Understanding the Relationship Between the Quran and Extremism - THE HUFFINGTON POST

By: Joseph E. B. Lumbard
To effectively counter the ideologies of strident puritanical groups who lay claim to Islam, we must appreciate the depth and breadth of the classical Islamic tradition. Quranic interpretation is of fundamental importance in this endeavor. It is the key to distinguishing between Islam as practiced by the majority of its adherents and the strident puritanical strands of Islam, such as al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Boko Haram.
The latter rely upon truncated interpretations of the Quranic text and the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad. In contrast, Sunnis, Shiites and Muslims of all stripes have historically recognized that the diversity of interpretations among scholars is a mercy. The Quran is thus subject to a vast plurality of interpretations. Diverse approaches to the text share core principles, yet allow for different applications under different circumstances. It is an interpretative tradition of “divergent congruence” that allows for many avenues of exploration and application.
Failure to understand the dynamism of classical Islamic scholarship has led to the common refrain that Muslims cannot “reform” until they cease to regard the Quran as the word of God. Iterations of this claim have echoed through the halls of the Vatican, western academia, and numerous media outlets.
These trite and sententious assertions betray a deep misunderstanding of Islam and the place of the Quran within it. They also prevent many people from understanding just how far from the Islamic tradition the strident puritanical interpretations of Islam that dominate media representations have strayed.
From the first century of Islam until today, Muslim scholars have recognized that no understanding of the text is without a human intermediary. As Ali ibn Abi į¹¬alib, one of the most revered figures in both Sunni and Shiite Islam, said, “This Quran is only writing, lines between two covers, that cannot speak without the intervention of an interpreter. Only human beings can speak on its behalf.”
Muslim scholars have always been aware that texts have historical contexts and must be understood in accordance with them. One of the central tools for Quranic interpretation is the “occasions of revelation.” These reports outline the particular historical circumstances in which passages of the Quran were first articulated. They are essential for interpretation and are employed in all major Quran commentaries. In one instance, Ali ibn Abi Talib told a man that if he did not know the “occasions of revelation,” or historical contexts, he should not comment on the Quran.
The “occasions of revelation” guide interpreters in determining which verses have broad application and which are more limited in scope. They restrict the application of several Quranic verses to particular historical circumstances. The most famous instance of such contextual limitation is perhaps Quran 9:5, known as “The Sword Verse”:
Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the idolaters wheresoever you find them, capture them, besiege them, and lie in wait for them at every place of ambush. But if they repent, and perform the prayer and give the alms, then let them go their way.
The majority of Muslim scholars maintain that the phrase “slay the idolaters wheresoever you find them” refers to particular tribes that had declared open warfare on the Muslims during the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad. Awareness of this historical circumstance contains and restrains the interpretation of the verse, thus preventing the wanton and unwarranted applications that those with political ambitions and apocalyptic visions seek today. As Qadi Abu Bakr, one of the most influential commentators in Islamic history writes, “It is clear that the intended meaning of the verse is to slay those idolaters who are waging war against you.” Heeding the call to fight issued in Quran 9:5 is thus conditional upon there being an existing state of aggression. If, however, one casts aside historical context and interpretive tradition, passages such as 9:5 are employed by strident ideologues to advocate a state of perpetual warfare.
Regarding the Quran as the Word of God does not lead Muslims to follow it unquestioningly, as is too often asserted. Rather it leads Muslims to appreciate that no single human interpretation of the text can suffice, since the finite human mind cannot encompass the infinitude of the Divine. Insight into these multiple modes of interpretation provides a panoramic vision of the history and interpretation of the Quranic text. It will help readers understand why all classically trained Muslim scholars reject the claims of ISIS or any other fundamentalist group and why many Muslim scholars have given their lives to oppose them.
So long as Muslims are viewed as subjects to be educated and lectured, the West will continue to misunderstand the dynamics of the Muslim world and of Muslims themselves. If, however, Muslims are embraced as partners in a battle against those who seek to pit us all against one another, we can work together to beat the swords of disputation into the plowshares of reconciliation, advancing the good of all rather than the interests and ideologies of a few.
Article taken from The Huffington Post

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Ketua Biskop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

24 Mac 2016 menampilkan Art Harun.



Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Archbishop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

24th March 2016 featuring Art Harun.


To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Ketua Biskop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

23 Mac 2016 menampilkan Stephen Doss.



Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Archbishop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

23rd March 2016 featuring Stephen Doss.


To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Siri 10 Ayat-Ayat Al-Quran Terpilih

Kempen Membaca Al-Quran 2016
Dari 1 Mac - 31 Mac 2016

Bersempena dengan kempen Let's Read The Quran 2016, 31 individu ternama dari pelbagai latar-belakang berbeza akan berkongsi 10 ayat-ayat Al-Quran pilihan mereka. Ayat-ayat terpilih ini akan direka dalam bentuk poster dan dikongsikan dalam Bahasa Malaysia dan Bahasa Inggeris.

Kami berbesar hati untuk mengumumkan bahawa sebahagian daripada poster-poster ini akan diterbitkan dalam akhbar Sinar Harian sepanjang bulan Mac. Kami juga akan berkongsi poster ini di semua akaun media sosial kempen Let's Read The Quran.

Individu-individu yang akan berkongsi ayat-ayat Al-Quran kegemaran mereka adalah:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Ketua Biskop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

Kempen Let's Read The Quran berhasrat untuk menggalakkan orang awam membaca Al-Quran di dalam bahasa yang mereka fahami. Kami juga berharap orang awam akan melihat Al-Quran sebagai suatu dokumen universal, sekaligus menggalakkan penglibatan golongan Muslim dan bukan Muslim dalam kempen ini.  

22 Mac 2016 menampilkan Ketua Biskop Julian Leow.



Untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Inggeris, sila klik di sini.

#LRTQ2016 - My 10 Favourite Quranic Verses Series

Let's Read The Quran (LRTQ) Camapaign 2016
From 1st March - 31st March 2016

In conjunction with the Let's Read The Quran campaign 2016, 31 notable individuals from various background will be sharing 10 of their favourite Quranic verses. Their chosen verses will be presented in a poster format, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia version. 

We are happy to announce that Sinar Harian will be featuring some of the posters throughout the month of March. We will also be sharing it across all of our our social media platforms. 

The next individuals who will be sharing their favourite verses are:

20. Zainalabidin Mohamed
21. Archbishop Julian Leow
22. Stephen Doss
23. Art Harun
24. Lyana Khairuddin
25. YBhg. Dato' Ruby Khong
26. Muhammad Aziph Dato' Mustapha

The Let's Read The Quran campaign hopes to encourage the public to read the Quran in a language that they understand. We also seek to promote the Quran as a universal document, hence we encourage participation from Muslim and Non-Muslims alike. 

22nd March 2016 featuring Archbishop Julian Leow.



To read this article in Bahasa Malaysia, please click here.