Libyan embassy presents €10,000 to Mariam al Batool School

The Secretary of the Libyan People’s Bureau, Saadun Suayeh, has presented €10,000 to Mariam al Batool School "to help it to continue its educational and spiritual services and to attain its noble aim of securing a modern education for Muslim students, maintaining their Islamic cultural identity, and preparing them to become good Maltese Muslim citizens who believe in mutual respect, tolerance and peace and work for the prosperity, development and welfare of the Maltese society."

The donation was handed to the Headmistress, Maria Camilleri in the presence of Omar Farhat, the Director of the Malta Branch of the World Islamic Call Society and Imam Mohammad el Sadi.

Dr Suayeh praised the hard work and the dedication of the school administration and staff who, he said, played a vital role in achieving a good academic level, success and a good reputation for the school. He also commended the important financial support granted annually to the school by the World Islamic Call Society, and promised to do his utmost to continue to help the school which is a non-profit making institution, depending on token fees and donations and run on a charitable basis.

Ms Camilleri expressed her thanks and gratitude to the Libyan Ambassador for the donation and the continuous generous Libyan help to the Maltese Muslim Community.

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