LINC visits the Mahdara of Ehl Bayyah in the east of Mauritania

The Mahdara of Ehl Bayyah in the east of Mauritania is a place of great significance in the Islamic world, and it was a truly enlightening experience for me to visit it. What struck me most was the way they educate children and welcome students from all over the world.

The Mahdara is essentially a religious school where students come to learn about Islam and Islamic learnings. It is one of the oldest and most respected institutions in Mauritania and has a long history of producing some of the country’s most influential scholars and religious leaders. The school is open to students of all ages and backgrounds, and I was amazed to see people from different countries and cultures studying together and sharing their knowledge.

The Mahdara has a unique teaching method that emphasizes memorization and repetition. The students spend hours every day reciting and memorizing religious texts, and this is seen as a way of internalizing the teachings and understanding them on a deeper level. The curriculum is rigorous and challenging, but the students seem to thrive in this environment, and it’s clear that they take their studies very seriously.

What impressed me most, however, was the warmth and hospitality of the Gulig Ehl Beyya’s citizens. From the moment we arrived, we were made to feel at home. The people were kind and hospitable, and they were happy to answer any questions. I felt a deep sense of respect for their dedication to learning and their commitment to their faith and felt proud that we have these great people in our country.

In conclusion, my visit to the Mahdara of Ehl Bayyah was a truly enlightening experience. I was impressed by the dedication of the students, the unique teaching method, and the warmth and hospitality of Gulig Ehl Beyya’s citizens. It was a reminder of the importance of education and the power of faith to bring people together from all over the world.

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