Benha University won first place and gold medal in the "Scientific Miracles in the Holy Quran and Sunnah" competition, which was held at South Valley University from March 30 to April 3, and was attended by student delegations from 13 Egyptian universities. Dr. Musabih Al-Kahili, Director General of Youth Welfare, said that the university participated with a delegation of students in the competition. The student, Zainab Mahmoud Shams, in the Faculty of Medicine in Banha received the gold medal and the first center in memorizing the Holy Quran. The student Mohammed Hossein Sadiq, a student of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, won the silver medal and second place in the liturgy.

For his part, Dr. Jamal Al-Saied, President of the University, congratulated the students participating in the competition and winners of gold and silver medals. Al-Saied stressed that the University of Benha is keen to support its children from outstanding students to participate in events and competitions organized by ministries and universities to raise the spirit of competition between students and the achievement of advanced positions

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