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As a part of the campaign “Towards Karabakh – the voice of Allah and our truth”, Azan has been resumed and the first Azan sounded in Chemenli village of Aghdam region, on the contact line of Azerbaijani and Armenian troops, APA reports.
APA reports that the first Azan on the contact line after 20 years has been sounded in “Jumshud” mosque. Following the Azan, Juma namaz was performed.
Chairman of the State Committee on Work with Religious Organizations Elshad Isgandarov, head of “Nagorno Karabakh’s Azerbaijani Community” Public Union Bayram Safarov, heads of the executive authorities and residents of the frontline regions attended the event.
Azan will also be resumed in other mosques along the frontline. Campaign “Towards Karabakh – the voice of Allah and our truth” has been organized by the State Committee on Work with Religious Organizations together with the “Justice for Khojaly” International Civil Awareness Campaign and “Nagorno Karabakh’s Azerbaijani Community” Public Union.
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