Preschoolers learn about haj experience

Smart Reader Kids Islamic preschool children taking part in the Smart Hajj programme at Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah in Shah Alam.

SMART Reader Kids Islamic preschool children had the opportunity to experience what the haj is like – in Malaysia.

About 400 of them participated in a haj simulation exercise, dubbed Smart Hajj, at Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah in Shah Alam.

“Even though this is our first haj simulation, we received positive support from parents,” said Smart Hajj 2019 manager Mustakimah Mat Dros.

Present at the event were Azman Syah Alias, also known as PU Azman, and the mosque’s officer of Islamic affairs, Ustaz Abdul Karim Omar Maaseng.

PU Azman has been appointed ambassador of the Smart Reader Kids Islamic programme.

The Smart Reader Kids Islamic programme was launched in 2014 to equip preschool pupils with the concept of love and understanding.

The programme was developed by religious experts from the National Mosque and Islamic Development Malaysia Department.
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