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Awaz Arabic hailed as a move to strengthen India-Arab ties

Muslim leaders: (L-R) Mufti Manzoor Ziyaee, Sirajuddin Qureshi, Murtaza Sadriwala, Salman, Dr Muhammad Abdul Hakim Azhari, Syed Salman Chishty

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Religious and community leaders are congratulating Awaz-the Voice for launching its Arabic portal. They say it would take the voice of Indian communities and their vibrant culture to the vast Arab world.

Dr Muhammad Abdul Hakim Azhari, managing director of Markaz Knowledge City, sent this message to Atir Khan, editor-in-chief of Awaz-the Voice, “ My warmest congratulations to Awaz Media on the successful launch of its new version in Arabic! As a crucial link between India and the Arab world, may you continue to operate inclusively and accurately portray India’s rich cultural values. Markaz Knowledge City is honored to be associated with your esteemed media outlet as it strengthens ties between nations.”

Murtaza Sadriwala, Media Coordinator of the Dawoodi Bohras said, “Congratulations to Awaaz The Voice news channel on the launch of your new Arabic edition! This expansion is a testament to your commitment to providing diverse and comprehensive news coverage across all major languages. Wishing you great success as you continue to inform and educate readers across different regions.”

Sirajuddin Qureshi, President of India Islamic Cultural Centre, New Delhi, said the launch of Awaz in Arabic language was a very encouraging step. Many congratulations to Awaaz management. “This will further increase the viewership of Awaz.”

Mufti Manzoor Ziyaee, head of the International Sufi Caravan said “The launch of Awaz in Arabic language is a very encouraging move. It will not only add viewership of Awaz but also carry the voice of Indians to people in the Arab region.” He suggested that Awaz-the voice must be launched in every language.

He said, “There are a large number of Arabic speakers in the world who are in different countries, this voice is ours to them. If our ideology, our civilization, our culture, our diplomacy, and our politics will be delivered, we will benefit a lot.”

He said that the relations between India and the Arab world in today’s time, this has touched a new scale.

Syed Salman Chishty, Sajjadanashin of the Dargah of Moinuddin Chishty at Ajmer, hailed the launching of the Arabic edition of Awaz-The Voice. He said, “This initiative will serve as a strong bridge between India and the Arab World. Today, the Arab world will have direct contact with India. The Arab world will be directly aware of India’s important news and analysis.”

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He wrote, “Congratulations to Awaz-The Voice on the launch of your new Arabic edition! This expansion is a testament to your commitment to providing diverse and comprehensive news coverage across all major languages. Wishing you great success as you continue to inform and educate readers across different regions.”

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