Dubai Raises Pay for Imams & Muezzins! (Salary Increase)

Muhamed abdo - | UAE

Great news for Dubai's religious leaders! Dubai announces salary increases for Imams and Muezzins in recognition of their contributions to community service and promoting a tolerant message of Islam. Learn more about this exclusive initiative!

Dubai values its religious figures! Imams and Muezzins receive a salary boost in recognition of their dedication to community and upholding strong social values. Discover the details of this exclusive announcement from Dubai.

In recognition of the tremendous contributions that imams and muezzins make to society, Dubai has made a big announcement on wage hikes for these religious leaders.

Imams and muezzins who are employed by the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai have been given directions to get wage increases. These directives were issued by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubai, and Sheikh Hamdan, the Crown Prince of Dubai. This decision is an acknowledgment of the significant contributions that they have made to the advancement of humanitarianism, community service, and social ideals.

The dedication of Sheikh Hamdan to empowering mosque imams in the promotion of the inclusive message of Islam and the cultivation of ethical and constructive societal attitudes is evident in this gesture.

Furthermore, this action recognizes the commitment of these religious leaders in managing religious affairs and supporting constructive social norms, highlighting the significance of their involvement in the process of forming a society that is peaceful.

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