Towers Rotana Dubai , Sharjah Centre for Cultural Communication partner for Ramadan CSR project

Hotel guests and staff tour Al Noor Mosque in Sharjah to learn about the holy month and the construction of the mosque

The initiative brought together more than 30 colleagues and guests from different nationalities.
MATEEN AZAM
The initiative brought together more than 30 colleagues and guests from different nationalities.

Towers Rotana Dubai recently partnered with The Sharjah Centre for Cultural Communication to celebrate the Year of Tolerance in the United Arab Emirates through a cultural social responsibility initiative led by the hotel.

The initiative brought together more than 30 colleagues and guests from different nationalities who participated in a cultural private tour that took place in the Al Noor Mosque in Sharjah.

The private tour consisted of a presentation led by Reem K. Saleh, media coordinator, The Sharjah Centre for Cultural Communication.

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The presentation included fundamental topics such as the construction of the Al Noor Mosque in Sharjah, the five pillars of Islam and UAE customs and traditions.

Commenting on the activity, Towers Rotana general manager, Hossam Mansour, said: “We’re very pleased to have the opportunity to bring people and cultures together from different nationalities to promote the Year of Tolerance during the holy month of Ramadan.

Reem K. Saleh said that the centre was looking forward to welcoming back a diverse group to Al Noor Mosque again soon.

“We at Sharjah Centre for Cultural Communication strive towards bringing cultures together and create a better understanding among each other,” she said.

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