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Egyptian Imam leads first Friday prayers this Ramadan at oldest mosque in Belgrade, Serbia

The Egyptian community in Belgrade gathered for iftar at the embassy in Belgrade

Ahram Online , Sunday 20 May 2018
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The Egyptian community in Belgrade Serbia gathered for Iftar at the Embassy (Photo: courtesy of the Egyptian Embassy in Belgrade)
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Egyptian Sheikh Mustafa El-Laboudi of Damietta led the first Friday prayers of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan at Bajrakli Mosque, the oldest mosque in Belgrade, Serbia, built in 1575.

The Egyptian Ambassador to Serbia Amr Aljowaily hosted an iftar (breaking of the fast) that evening at his residence in Belgrade for members of the Egyptian community in the country.

Sheikh Mustafa Jusufspahic, the mufti of the city of Belgrade, attended the gathering.

On the recommendation of the Embassy of Egypt in Belgrade, the Egyptian Ministry of Religious Endowments positively responded to a request by the Serbian Islamic Society to resume dispatching reciters of the Holy Quran for the month of Ramadan. 

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