The Malaysian government has made a donation of one million dollars (909,200 euros at current exchange rates) to the Seville Mosque Foundation for the construction in the city of a large complex that would include, among other social and welfare units, a mosque. The award ceremony for this grant took place earlier this month in Malaysia, and was attended by the country’s vice president, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who presented the check to the foundation’s representatives.
On its website, the foundation expresses its “most sincere gratitude” to the Malaysian government, and specifically to its Vice President Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the President of the Senate, Tan Sri Abu Zahar Ujang, “to all senior government officials and to the Malaysian people for their invaluable help, generosity and courtesy towards this project from the very beginning. ‘
«We receive this help with gratitude and aware of the great responsibility that this entails. With this help, the first step is taken in the establishment of the Islamic Cultural Center of Seville, the first of many, since this is just the beginning, ”the official website says.
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