The Susa Mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan, was officially inaugurated on Wednesday in a special ceremony organized by the Hope Caravan Foundation.
This significant religious and educational facility was constructed through generous donations from philanthropists and is set to become a vital hub for worship and learning.
Before the formal opening of the mosque, attendees were treated to a recitation of the Quran, setting a spiritual tone for the event. The Susa Mosque is designed not only as a place of worship but also as an educational center and school.
Addressing the audience, Cengiz Kurtaran, President of the Hope Caravan Foundation, invoked the teachings of the Prophet in relation to mosque construction.
"Today, we gather to inaugurate the Susa Mosque, by the grace of Allah. We have esteemed guests and worshippers present here. With the generous donations from our benefactors in Turkey, we have constructed this beautiful mosque as an act of charity. As the Prophet (peace be upon him) taught us, 'Whoever builds a house for Allah and erects a mosque, Allah will build a house for him in Paradise.' With these blessed intentions and the contributions of our generous supporters, we are proud to inaugurate the Susa Mosque. In addition to being a place of worship, this mosque will also serve as a center for educational activities,” Kurtaran said.
Following Kurtaran's address, the mosque was officially opened through a prayer ceremony and a ribbon-cutting ceremony, marking the beginning of its vital role in the community as both a spiritual and educational institution. (ILKHA)
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