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Sunday, March 4, 2007

Iqraa Ms. Ideal Daughter Competition 2007

The Iqraa Satellite Channel is sponsoring a competition for young women (ages 16-26) called the Iqraa Ms. Ideal Daughter Competition 2007. Basically, you need to write an essay that describes how you have shown gratitude to your parents.

Prizes are as follows:

First winner receives:
1. A crown set with diamonds
2. The 2007 Miss Gratitude-to-Parents Award (issued by Iqraa Satellite Channel)
3. $10,000 USD in cash

Second winner:
1. Receives the title 2nd Miss Gratitude-to-Parents
2. Receives $7,000 USD in cash

Third winner:
1. Receives the title 3rd Miss Gratitude-to-Parents
2. Receives $5,000 USD in cash

Fourth winner:
1. Receives the title 4th Miss Gratitude-to-Parents (requirements set by selection panel)
2. Receives $3,000 USD in cash

Fifth winner:
1. Receives the title 5th Miss Gratitude-to-Parents (requirements set by selection panel)
2. Receives $3,000 USD in cash.

Read more about the competition here.

2 comments:

ruth_nasrullah said...

Asalaamu alaikum, sister. Thanks so much for this blog. I haven't come across any other place where all this information for Muslim writers is compiled.

muslimjobs said...

As-salamu Alaykum Ruth, and thank you for your comments. I have read about your bookstore project and pray that it will be a success.

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