A Palestinian Family Give Name “Hagia Sophia” to Their Daughter

Istanbul, MINA – A Palestinian family, Bayyud named their daughter Ayasofya because she was born on July 11, a day after Turkish authorities ruled that Hagia Sophia in Istanbul was converted into a mosque again.

The father Hasan Bayyud revealed to the Anadolu Agency that his family was happy to hear the news of Hagia Sophia reopening for worship.

“We named our newborn child Ayasofya dari as our gratitude and joy. Alhamdulillah, “he said.

Bayyud expressed his appreciation on behalf of other Palestinians to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the people of Turkey.

He said the reopening of the Hagia Sophia for worship would bring good for Muslims and the Palestinian people.

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“The resurrection of the Hagia Sophia is a good messenger for the freedom of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, our land and the Muslim world,” stressed Bayyud adding he hoped his daughter would grow up with that beautiful name and become a virtuous person.

“May Allah protect him with wisdom and holiness of the Quran,” Bayyud said.

Bayyud really wants to visit Hagia Sophia with her daughter. He also really loved Turkey and its people. (T/RE1)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)